Experts Offer Recommendations at Justice Dept.'s Hate Crimes Summit
ADL will join with representatives of America’s leading civil rights and religious organizations to present at the Justice Department’s Hate Crimes Subcommittee Summit.
Faith Leaders Urge Tillerson: Appoint State Department Envoy to Monitor Anti-Semitism
Nearly two dozen of the nation’s most prominent religious leaders have signed on to an open letter to Secretary of State Tillerson urging him to fill the anti-Semitism envoy position.
Kotel Decision Will Weaken Ties Between Israel and American Jewry
ADL expressed deep disappointment over a decision by the Israeli government to suspend the implementation of the Western Wall egalitarian prayer space plan.
Supreme Court Ruling on President’s Travel Ban Poses Risk to World’s Most Vulnerable Refugees
ADL expressed disappointment that the Supreme Court ruling on President Trump’s travel ban, while opening the doors to some foreigners, shut the door on some of the world’s most desperate refugees.
Supreme Court Decision Weakens Wall Between Church and State
ADL expressed disappointment with a Supreme Court which held that Missouri’s decision to exclude houses of worship from a program that provided direct grants to pay for playground resurfacing material
ADL Demands Apology From Chicago LGBT March Organizers After Jewish Participants Ejected
ADL called on organizers of a Chicago LGBTQ pride march to apologize after three women were ejected from the march for carrying rainbow flags emblazoned with the Jewish Star of David.
ADL Deeply Troubled by ‘Alt-Right’ and ‘Alt-Light’ Rallies Taking Place in Washington, D.C.
ADL is deeply troubled by rallies organized by the so-called “Alt Right” and “alt light” scheduled to take place in Washington, D.C.
Concerns Over Potential For Hate Speech at Anti-Israel Protests Across the County
ADL raised concerns about the possibility of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic hate speech at demonstrations scheduled to take place linked to “Quds Day” protests opposing Israel’s right to exist.
Despite Internal Turmoil, Notorious Hate Movement KKK Remains Active in 33 States
Despite internal disorder and splintered membership, the organized Ku Klux Klan movement remains active in 33 states, according to a new ADL report, which has tallied just over 40 total affiliated gro