Fighting Hate for Good®

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.

Center on Extremism

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

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.

Center for Antisemitism Research

Center for Antisemitism Research

CAR builds upon ADL’s century-plus years of antisemitism expertise to test, measure and identify impact to fight against this hate.

Pride month

LGBTQ+ Pride Month

In June, we commemorate the 1969 Stonewall uprising in New York City when patrons and supporters staged an uprising to resist the police harassment and persecution to which LGBTQ+ Americans were commonly subjected. This uprising marked the beginning of a movement to outlaw discriminatory laws and practices against LGBTQ+ Americans. Today, the month includes celebrations around the world.

Online Hate and Harassment 2024 report

Online Hate and Harassment: The American Experience 2024

ADL found that 34 percent of Jewish adults who were harassed online reported being targeted because of their religion. Read about important trends in online harassment and how many American adults experience hate or harassment on social media, and learn what you can do to help protect vulnerable communities from the threat of cyber harassment.

Pillar Three

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.

kulanu

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.