ADL praised news organizations such as The Associated Press, The Washington Post and others for their ongoing efforts to ensure that readers understand the meaning of the term “alt right” as a calling card of racists -- not something trendy or “cool.”
New information that has come to light since Rep. Keith Ellison’s announced candidacy for chair of the Democratic National Committee raises “serious doubts” about his ability to faithfully represent the party’s traditional support for Israel.
"50 years ago, the KKK hid behind white hoods. Today, they are hiding behind their business suits & smartphones."
Jonathan A. Greenblatt, ADL CEO, from an interview on MSNBC where he discussed the Alt Right and anti-Semitism
Jonathan Greenblatt stresses that ADL will remain vigilant against extremism and outlines how it will redouble its efforts on core issues by using its expertise in education, furthering work with law enforcement, monitoring and combating anti-Semitism, protecting the interests of marginalized communities and continuing to advocate for Israel to ensure that the U.S. remains a strong and reliable ally.
Access ADL Blog, December 11, 2016
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