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.
History Will Frown on Trump’s Heartless Attack on Refugees
History will look back on this as a sad week in the United States — as the week that the president turned his back on people fleeing for their lives, in defiance of a proud…
President Obama Shouldn’t Go It Alone on Middle East
As his administration draws to a close, many have wondered whether the president will seek to lay down a permanent marker on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict before President-Elect Donald Trump assume
U.N. Vote and Kerry Speech Will Impede Prospects For Peace
Whatever the motivation of the Obama Administration, the events of this past week mark a dramatic low point in US-Israeli relations.
Questions about Keith Ellison Reflect Questions about the Democratic Party
The story of Congressman Keith Ellison’s bid to become the next head of the Democratic National Committee is interesting on many levels. ADL already shared our thoughts on the…
Pepe the Frog: Yes, a Harmless Cartoon Can Become an Alt-Right Mascot
Pepe the Frog originated as an innocuous cartoon character in 2005. This week, he was added to the Anti-Defamation League’s Center database of hate symbols.