Confronting anti-Semitism and hate on Campus
Ben, a University of Denver student, was struggling to pass an engineering class because he couldn’t attend the group meetings held on Shabbat. An observant Jew, Ben had requested his fellow students schedule the sessions on any day of the week but Saturday. So he turned to ADL whose staff helped him report the incident to the university and wrote to the Dean of Engineering and the Chancellor. Ben passed the class, and professors now participate in diversity training.
As the academic year begins, ADL has resources and tools to help address bias and unjust incidents.
Tracking Hate, Extremism, Anti-Semitism and Terrorism Incidents Across the Country
ADL’s H.E.A.T. Map is a first-of-its-kind interactive and customizable map detailing extremist and anti-Semitic incidents around the nation.
Anti-Semitic Incidents at Near-Historic Levels
From the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting to attacks against Jews and Jewish institutions across the country, the U.S. Jewish community experienced near-historic levels of anti-Semitism last year. The Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents is a deep dive into the data and the alarming trends it reveals.