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.
As we mark three years since the murder of George Floyd, we recommit to fighting anti-black racism and ending white supremacy.
Never Is Now: Join Us March 2024
Join us on March 4-7 in New York City for ADL’s Never Is Now, the world’s largest annual summit on antisemitism and hate. This important and inspiring event will include the National Leadership Summit (NLS) on March 4 and 5 by invitation only. Last year’s featured speakers included David Schwimmer, Michael Eric Dyson, Former Congresswoman Liz Cheney, Albert Bourla DVM, PhD, Juju Chang, Abigail Pogrebin and more. We need you there to show the world how together we can fight hate for good!
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.
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.
Celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month
Engage young people in schools, communities and home to think broadly and critically about the Jewish experience in all of its diversity and complexity.
AAPI Heritage Month
Commemorate the culture, traditions and history of Asian American and Pacific Islander people in the United States in school, communities and at home.
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.