Letter to The Wall Street Journal Responding to Inaccurate Column on Hate Crime Statistics
Jonathan Greenblatt responds to Jason Riley's recent piece, which incorrectly asserts that many hate crimes are actually hoaxes.
ADL Statement Regarding Instagram's New Efforts to Reduce Harassment on Their Platform
Encouraging positive interaction through reflection and self-evaluation, rather than issuing punitive responses, is more likely to lead to real growth and understanding, ADL says.
ADL's Comments to HUD Regarding Proposed Rule Change on Mixed-Immigration Status Families
ADL expressed strong opposition to a proposed HUD rule change that would prevent mixed-immigration status families from receiving assistance.
ADL Urges Supreme Court to Uphold Key Anti-Discrimination Protections for the LGBTQ Community
ADL joined a coalition of civil rights organizations in urging the Supreme Court to clarify that the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII, protects LGBTQ individuals from workplace discrimination.
Can Google Search Be Used to Counter White Supremacy?
Jonathan Greenblatt discusses how ADL is working to counter white supremacy in Google Search in partnership with Moonshot CVE and the Next Gen Foundation.
ADL Welcomes Introduction of Bipartisan Legislation to Improve Hate Crime Data Collection
The measure would authorize grants to promote hate crime training, prevention, best practices, and data collection initiatives.
ADL Welcomes Supreme Court Decision to Block Citizenship Question from 2020 Census
The Court labeled the Commerce Department’s rationale for adding the question – voting rights enforcement – as “contrived,” and sent the case back for further deliberations.