ADL Helps More Schools Become No Place for Hate

2017 Impact Report

At a time when some of our nation’s most visible leaders seem intent on fostering division and intolerance, it’s more important than ever that our schools be inclusive and safe places to learn. In 2017, ADL’s No Place for Hate® program reached more schools - 1,600 - than ever before, directly impacting the lives of over 1 million students.
No Place for Hate® provides schools with a framework for combating bias, bullying and hate. With ADL’s help, schools put long-term solutions in place for creating and maintaining a positive climate where students, faculty, administration and family members feel empowered to take a stand against hate and bullying.

NPFH Group

 After completing the required program components, schools receive a No Place for Hate® banner, a prominent reminder of the school community’s shared commitment to maintaining a respectful environment where all students feel they belong.

NPFH Individual

“Of my 27 years as a school social worker, No Place For Hate® has been the most rewarding work I have done. The messages, tools and cultural impact of this program have become part of the fabric of who we are as a school community.” - Samara Williams, Principal Share via Twitter Share via Facebook

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