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ADL fights all forms of antisemitism and bias, using innovation and partnerships to drive impact. A global leader in combating antisemitism, countering extremism and battling bigotry wherever and whenever it happens, ADL works to protect democracy and ensure a just and inclusive society for all.
Join Never Is Now on March 6-7
As antisemitism rises in communities, on campuses and around the globe, we need to raise our voices and take action. Together, we are stronger. Together, we can make a difference. Join us at Never Is Now on March 6-7 at Javits Center in New York, featuring Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism Deborah Lipstadt, the CEO of Nas Company and Daniel Pearl Award Recipient Nusier Yassin, Apollo Global Management CEO Marc Rowan and 100+ experts across 25+ panels.
Our impact is stronger with your participation. The time to act is now.
Black History Month
The 2024 theme for Black History Month examines the varied history of "African Americans and the Arts," exploring the important influence of African American art and artists.
Learn more with our resources as we celebrate the achievements by Black Americans and recognize the central role of Black people in U.S. History.
Center on Extremism
COE tracks extremist trends, ideologies and groups across the ideological spectrum. Our staff monitors, exposes and disrupts extremist threats.
Center for Technology and Society
CTS leads the global fight against online hate and harassment. We act as fierce advocates for making digital spaces safe, respectful and equitable for all people.
Antisemitism Soars After October 7th
Anger over the Israel-Hamas conflict can seep into American society in the form of antisemitic harassment, assault, and vandalism. Join ADL in urging Congress to pass emergency funding for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program.
National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism
ADL launches the National Strategy Hub. Explore the Administration's implementation progress, a timeline of commitments, ADL's contributions to the whole-of-society call to action, links to resources, comprehensive breakdown of the plan, and what you can do to fight rising antisemitism.
Call for Congregational Leaders to Participate
Apply now to participate in Kulanu: Synagogues in Action against Antisemitism. Kulanu, Hebrew for “all of us,” is an eight-month program to empower congregations to address antisemitism through education, community engagement, and advocacy. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis.
It Could Happen Here by Jonathan Greenblatt
Speak Up. Share Facts. Show Strength. Read It Could Happen Here in 2023. This urgent read sounds the alarm about what could be around the corner and gives readers inspiration on what we can do to prevent the unthinkable.