After Charlottesville: ADL Holds the Line

One year after the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, ADL is leading the way forward, turning a dark time into an opportunity for understanding, education and advocacy. We’ve developed innovative strategies to fight anti-Semitism and hate on the airwaves, on the Internet, in schools and throughout our communities. Help us continue to fight hate for good. 

In the wake of Charlottesville, ADL continues to lead the national conversation about white supremacy and domestic extremism. We are a go-to resource for law enforcement, political leaders and technology companies. Our educational resources prepare parents and teachers to handle difficult conversations at home and in the classroom –  and we continue to track and share data about extremists in the U.S.


ADL H.E.A.T. Map ™

ADL H.E.A.T. (Hate, Extremism, Anti-Semitism, Terrorism) Map ™

In 2017 and 2018, there were 3,023 incidents of extremism or anti-Semitism in the United States. This interactive map provides a customizable view of extremist activity around the country. Filter data sets and learn more about hate, extremism, anti-Semitism and terrorism in your area and around the country. 


Fight hate in your community and beyond. Find out how to report hate crimes, contact your representatives, engage in respectful dialogue, share educational resources and more.


10 Ways to combat hate

Stay in the know

In the classroom, in the community and beyond, our work continues.  ADL continues to tackle hate and its consequences by forging new partnerships, sharing data, expanding our relationship with law-enforcement and redoubling our efforts to build tolerance. And we’ll never stop watching the haters and exposing their activities.


In Her Own Words: Confronting Charlottesville

She was Student Council president at UVA in Charlottesville when the alt-right marched through last year. Read insights from Sarah Kenny about confronting hate on her own campus, and find out about new ADL resources to help college communities prevent and respond to hate and bias.


Charlottesville Educational Resources

Parents and educators can find tips, discussion guides and other resources to help answer tough questions and promote conversations about racism, anti-Semitism and white Supremacy.

Charlottesville Educational Resources

Communities Overcoming Extremism

The events in Charlottesville shook the nation. Over a year later, we are still examining what happened and why, and — most importantly — how to prevent it from happening again.

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From the Pulpit

View this ADL response to the anniversary of Charlottesville for clergy, featuring talking points that can be used by you and your community to address hate. 

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From the Pulpit

Oneday Against Hate

On October 1,  2018 ADL in partnership with Oneday, is sparking a million conversations where individuals from all walks of life will come together to fight hate through understanding.

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