Five Lessons of Charlottesville One Year Later: ADL Director
Jonathan Greenblatt answers the question: How do we prevent another Charlottesville?
Washington Post Op-Ed Completely Distorts the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Kenneth Jacobson takes to task a recent op-ed in The Washington Post, which accuses the U.S. of excluding Palestinians from Middle East peace talks.
Iranians are Yearning for Real Reform — They Deserve the West’s Support
Alireza Nader argues the only way for Iranians to save Iran is to reject the failed ideology of reform and seek an entirely new political system that respects individual and minority rights.
Reports of the Alt-Right’s Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Despite reports of infighting, legal troubles, and financial ruin, the alt-right and its leaders continue to play a key role within the broader white supremacist movement, argues Oren Segal.
Federal Hate Crime Prosecutions Are Critical, But Are They Enough?
Melissa Garlick examines whether federal hate crime prosecutions are solely enough to prevent and respond to the broader societal impact of hate crimes.
What Mark Zuckerberg Gets Wrong - and Right - About Hate Speech
Brittan Heller takes a closer look at the role artificial intelligence (AI) can play in combating hate speech online – highlighting ADL’s Online Hate Index.
Anti-Semitism Forum Comes at Critical Time for Jews
Sharon Nazarian says the 6th Global Forum on Combating Anti-Semitism, which is convening in Jerusalem, could not come at a more critical moment for the global Jewish community.