The ideologies underpinning the January 6 attack continue to pose a serious and imminent threat to our democracy. We are proud of the progress ADL and our supporters have made in the aftermath of January 6 — tracking and identifying extremist connections, testifying on Capitol Hill, serving as co-counsel in a civil lawsuit against Proud Boys and Oath Keepers and advocating for critical legislation — but the fight is far from over.
It is vital that we continue to fight, we continue to act, we continue to push back and speak out against extremism and hate. Because only together, as a community, can we ensure that our democracy is protected against politically motivated, violent mobs.
The January 6 Effect
The January 6 Effect: An Evolution of Hate and Extremism is a powerful assessment of the virulent extremism, hate and disinformation that has spread nationwide since January 6, 2021, affecting our institutions, communities and democracy.
It Could Happen Here
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt's urgent book offers a bracing primer on how we — as individuals, as organizations, and as a society — can strike back against hate.
2020 Election Lies Continue to Animate the Right
Claims of a "stolen" or "rigged" election and conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election are alive and well.
This toolkit provides background information, examples, approaches and strategies that adults can use to support young people in understanding and resisting domestic extremist recruiting efforts.
Very Fine People
This report shows how platforms miss discussions of conspiracy theories about white genocide and Jewish power and malicious grievances against Jews and people of color, and how platforms can do better.
PROTECT Plan to Fight Domestic Terrorism
ADL developed the PROTECT Plan after the events of January 6 to address the overall increase in domestic terrorism driven by domestic violent extremism while safeguarding civil rights and civil liberties.
Federal Lawsuit: Jan. 6, 2021 Attack on the U.S. Capitol
On December 14, 2021, ADL joined as co-counsel in filing a federal lawsuit on behalf of the District of Columbia to hold two violent groups, the Proud Boys and the Oath Keepers, and their leaders and key members accountable for the role they played in planning and carrying out the deadly January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.