The Guía de Seguridad Cibernética is the first ever online tool where Spanish-speaking consumers can learn how and where to report bigoted or hateful speech to the major Internet providers and social media sites. This ADL resource provides quick links to so you can bring cyberhate to the attention of those who can do something about it.
The Mejores Prácticas para Responder al Ciber-Odio, developed with Internet companies, members of civil society groups, the legal community and the academia, provides useful and important guidelines for responding to cyberhate, from user friendly mechanisms for reporting hateful content to develop effective counter-speech against hate.
Together we can—and must—begin tackling the enormous challenge of cyberhate.
Monica Bauer from ADL San Diego was interviewed by Univision regarding ADL's new education initiative "Books Matter," geared towards educators and parents to use books as a mechanism to address bias, prevent bullying and promote discussion and awareness on diversity and social justice. During the interview, Monica presented a few books from Books Matter, including several bilingual books in English and Spanish for the Hispanic/Latino community.
ADL's Director of Curriculum Jinnie Spiegler speaks with children's book author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh as part of our podcast series with children's book writers. In this podcast, Duncan talks about meeting Sylvia Mendez and how that inspired him to write Separate Is Never Equal, his love for art and writing and how his dual citizenship identity shapes what he writes.