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Anti-Semitic Stereotypes Persist in America, Survey Shows
The ADL survey found that nearly one-in-five Americans (19 percent) believe “Jews still talk too much about what happened to them in the Holocaust.
ADL Launches Multi-State "Backspace Hate" Advocacy Campaign to Protect Victims of Severe Online Harassment
Several states are introducing bipartisan bills that address severe online harassment by holding perpetrators accountable for their actions online.
ADL and Aspen Institute Announce Open Nominations for Civil Society Fellowship
Civil Society Fellows will spend five weeks over the course of two-and-a-half years in structured retreat – exploring their leadership, and core values, as well as their desired legacies.
ADL CEO Tells Congress: "Stop Politicizing Anti-Semitism" and Adopt New Laws to Fight Hate
In his testimony, Greenblatt urged Congress to put more pressure on social media companies to “shut down the neo-Nazis and anti-Semites on their platforms.”
Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories About Iran Drone Strike Gain Traction in Online Hate Forums and Iranian Media
A new blog from ADL’s Center on Extremism identifies some of those who are currently spreading anti-Semitic and anti-Israel conspiracies in the wake of the Soleimani assassination.
ADL Welcomes Gov. Cuomo's Proposal to Classify Mass Violence Motivated by Hate as Domestic Terrorism
Under this initiative, hate crimes committed with the intent to cause mass casualties would be considered “domestic acts of terrorism motivated by hate."
ADL Statement on Anti-Semitic Attack on Kosher Supermarket in Jersey City
The two alleged shooters acted out of hatred for Jews and law enforcement.
ADL Devastated by Attack on Kosher Jewish Supermarket in Jersey City
Tuesday’s attack on a Kosher Jewish supermarket in Jersey City resulted in the deaths of at least three civilians and one police officer.
ADL Welcomes Executive Order Combating Anti-Semitism
The Executive Order by the Trump Administration aims to provide valuable guidance on anti-Semitism, giving law enforcement and campus officials an important additional tool to help identify and fight