Richard Spencer Appearance at U. Florida Part of ‘Concerted Effort’ to Attract Students to White Supremacy
ADL is coordinating with law enforcement and community leaders ahead of white supremacist Richard Spencer’s scheduled remarks at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Hate Crime Charges Filed in Murder of African-American Student
ADL welcomed the decision to charge Sean Christopher Urbanski, a member of the Facebook group “Alt Reich: Nation” with a hate crime for the fatal stabbing of an African-American student.
ADL Applauds Federal Court Decision Blocking Muslim Travel Ban
ADL applauded a decision from a federal court in Hawaii that blocks the implementation of the most recent version of President Trump’s travel ban.
Game Developers to Compete in NYC Hackathon to Create Innovative Video Games that Counter Hate and Bias in Society
ADL and The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment are hosting a hackathon where video game developers will collaborate on building video games that help counter hate and bias.
ADL to Challenge Justice Department Religious Liberty Guidance
ADL expressed deep concern about guidance issued by the Department of Justice on how the Trump Administration should interpret religious liberty protections in federal law.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and ADL Announce Lab to Engineer New Solutions to Stop Cyberhate
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and other leading technology companies are joining with ADL to establish a Cyberhate Problem-Solving Lab to counter the growing amount of hate speech online.
Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft and ADL Announce Cyberhate Problem-Solving Lab
Engaging engineers and focused on technical solutions, Facebook, Google, Twitter and Microsoft will engage with ADL to exchange ideas, investigate areas of common risk and opportunity, and seek to inn