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Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database

Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database

This database provides an overview of many of the symbols most frequently used by a variety of white supremacist groups and movements, as well as some other types of hate groups. 

Hate on Display™ Hate Symbols Database
Amicus Briefs Database

ADL's Amicus Brief Database

Amicus curiae, literally "friend of the court," briefs have proven to be one of the most effective means of addressing both the anti-Semitism and discrimination against Jews and to eradicate bias and bigotry against all people.

ADL's Amicus Brief Database
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Online Hate and Harassment: The American Experience

ADL’s Center for Technology and Society has released the results of a nationally representative survey on online hate and harassment in America. Thirty-seven percent of Americans experienced severe online hate and harassment in 2018, including sexual harassment, stalking, physical threats or sustained harassment, whereas over half of Americans have experienced some form of online harassment. Read the full report here.

Anti-Semitism in Greece: A Country Report

Despite having a relatively small community of about 5,000 Jews, anti-Semitism remains an ongoing concern in Greek society.  This report provides a comprehensive look at contemporary anti-Semitism in Greece, including survey data on anti-Semitic attitudes, examples of typical anti-Semitic incidents, and government efforts to address anti-Semitism.

2018's Top 11 Moments of Hate

As the year draws to a close, the experts at ADL annually recount the Top 10 moments in hate that challenged our nation and the world. This year, we are noting the Top 11 events as a tribute to the 11 people slain at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.

Mainstreaming Hate: The Anti-Immigrant Movement in the U.S.

Anti-immigrant fervor, once relegated to more extreme quarters, has been increasingly mainstreamed over the last ten years.  Over the last two years, with the advent of a new administration focused on much stricter immigration policies and complementary executive actions, anti-immigrant and anti-refugee sentiment has made life substantially more difficult for all immigrants. Read ADL’s latest report.

Computational Propaganda, Jewish-Americans and the 2018 Midterms: The Amplification of Anti-Semitic Harassment Online

The following report is an analysis of computational propaganda, the Jewish American community, and the 2018 elections. As part of the wider paper series focused on “humanizing the effects of computational propaganda” this empirical work details the ways in which the Jewish socio-religious population in the U.S. is being disproportionately targeted with disinformation and abuse during this crucial political moment.