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.
ADL Los Angeles' Latino Jewish Roundtable and Asian Jewish Initiative conducted a program called Immigration Reform Update: Developments and Consequences, featuring Angelica Salas, Executive Director of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, and Joanna Mendelson, ADL's Investigative Researcher for California.
ADL’s March bilingual Book of the Month is Sonia Sotomayor: A Judge Grows in the Bronx. The book, for ages 4-8, takes readers on a journey about Sonia Sotomayor's life. Long before the Supreme Court Justice took her seat in our nation's highest court, she was a little girl in the South Bronx. Sonia Sotomayor didn't have a lot growing up, but she had what she needed—her mother's love, a will to learn and her own determination. This is a timely biography of one of America's foremost women.