Kennedy's Vision of America as 'Nation of Immigrants' Still Resonates
Jonathan Greenblatt discusses why the former president’s message about immigration as fundamental to the American experience is as important today as it was 60 years ago.
Trump's 'Public Charge' Rule for Immigrants is a Cruel Proposal
Melissa Garlick criticizes the Trump Administration’s latest effort to curtail immigration.
The Fight Against Rising Hatred and Bigotry Must Begin with Teachers and Students
Jonathan Greenblatt examines the rise in white supremacist activity on college campuses, the increase in anti-Semitic incidents at K-12 schools, and what teachers and students can do to stop it.
The ADL's Record Calling Out Eastern European Anti-Semitism is Unimpeachable
Andrew Srulevitch responds to a recent column by novelist Lev Golinkin that accuses ADL of being easy on anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe.
International Community Can and Must Do More to Confront Hate Crimes
David Weinberg and Susan Corke call on governments across the globe to better track and submit hate crime data to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.
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.