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ADL Welcomes Argentina’s Efforts to Combat Terrorism and Freeze Hezbollah Assets
ADL welcomed Argentina’s move to freeze the assets of the terrorist group Hezbollah using the newly decreed lists for designated terrorist entities.
ADL Commends House Foreign Affairs Committee for Approving Bipartisan Resolution Against BDS
The resolution protects the right to speak out freely against BDS, while not impinging on the free speech rights of those with other views.
ADL Mourns the Passing of Justice John Paul Stevens
ADL mourns the passing of Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, the third-longest serving justice in the history of the court who was a tireless defender of civil rights and religious liber
ADL Condemns President Trump's Racist Tweets and His Use of Israel and Jews as a Shield
President Trump is echoing the racist talking points of white nationalists and cynically using the Jewish people and the state of Israel as a shield to double down on his remarks, ADL says.
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 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.
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.
White Supremacists Increase College Campus Recruiting Efforts for Third Straight Year
ADL’s Center on Extremism documented 313 cases of white supremacist propaganda on college campuses during 2018-2019 school year – including fliers, stickers and posters.
ADL and Partners Counter White Supremacists Online Through Google Search
The Redirect Method will use advertising to redirect individuals who search online for violent extremist material to content that exposes the falsehoods of extremist narratives.
ADL Deeply Disappointed in Supreme Court Ruling Allowing Maryland Cross to Stand on Public Ground
The decision unfortunately undermines well-established precedents safeguarding the separation of church and state.
John Cusack's Retweet Shows How Anti-Semitism Goes Viral
John Cusack’s retweet of an anti-Semitic meme, which has been widely used online by anti-Semites from across the ideological spectrum, shows how easy it is for hatred to go viral in seconds.