Convening Thought-Leaders with a Question: What Should Israel Look Like in 2048?
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt breaks down an ADL poll of 500 Israeli adults, which found that Israeli society perceives itself as divided and fragmented at levels perhaps never seen before.
Tillerson Says We May Not Need an Anti-Semitism Envoy. He’s Wrong.
Two former State Department anti-Semitism envoys and ADL's Jonathan Greenblatt collaborated on an op-ed discussing the achievements of past envoys and the need to fill this roll in the present climate
A Narrow and Hateful Assault on a Complex Play About Israel
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt pens an op-ed in the New York Daily News on how anti-Israel groups are trying to boycott a play at New York's Lincoln Center.
Time to Rebuild Trust Between Israel and U.S. Jewry
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and Israel Director Carole Nuriel discuss the decision by the Israeli government to suspend the implementation of the Western Wall egalitarian prayer space and the potentia
America Needs an Anti-Semitism Monitor at the State Department
ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt makes the case in urging the Secretary of State to appoint a Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism.
Southern Baptists Did the Right Thing in Condemning the ‘Alt-Right’
ADL's Director of Interreligious Engagement discusses why the Southern Baptist Convention’s denouncing of the Alt-Right was the “right, principled and moral thing to do.”
Google Must Do More to Pull the Plug on Online Hate
Brittan Heller, Director of ADL’s Center on Technology and Society, discusses what Google needs to do to ensure that hateful content does not appear alongside ads on YouTube.