Jewish Communal Partners
We have joined forces with partners in the Jewish community to integrate our collective expertise and resources. Working together, we are able to better raise awareness, educate and provide tools to respond to antisemitic incidents, and advocate for safer, more just communities.
Some of our collaborations in the Jewish community include:
If you are a Jewish organization interested in partnering with ADL, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Civil Society Partners
By fostering new and continued partnerships, forming and joining coalitions, we amplify our voices. We are proud to be an ally to other communities and civil society organizations. Together, our initiatives have greater impact as our collective strength raises awareness and empowers advocates to fight hate for good.
Stop Hate for Profit
Stop Hate for Profit is an ongoing campaign to hold social media companies accountable for hate on their platforms. Led by prominent civil rights groups and nonprofit organizations including ADL, Color Of Change, Common Sense, Free Press, LULAC, Mozilla, NAACP, National Hispanic Media Coalition and Sleeping Giants, Stop Hate for Profit garnered the support of thousands of businesses that paused spending on Facebook and Instagram advertisements in July 2020.The coalition called for Facebook to address the prevalence of hate, racism and misinformation on their platforms. In September 2020, Stop Hate for Profit and a network of thousands of supporters across the country joined in a week of action on Instagram, freezing Instagram sharing and posting a series of coordinated messages, demanding change.
We formed a partnership with the National Urban League, as two venerable civil rights organizations in service of building stronger relations between the African-American and Jewish American communities and to advocate around issues of mutual concern. The partnership expanded with a voting rights pilot project, “Our Time, Our Vote.”
We are also partnering as a co-plaintiff with several Texas-based civil rights organizations in a federal lawsuit brought by the Brennan Center for Justice in 2021 challenging Texas’ harsh voter suppression law enacted in 2021.
As a trusted resource, we educate targeted communities about bias incidents and hate crimes and how to respond. We also work in coalitions in states advocating for more inclusive hate crimes laws that protect all communities.
Without the generous support from our corporate partners, our work would not reach the same heights. We are grateful for the high level of commitment our corporate partners have demonstrated toward the fight against hate of all kinds.
If you would like to learn more about becoming an ADL Corporate Partner Against Hate or sponsor, please contact us at email@example.com.