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ADL Applauds Federal Hate Crime Conviction for Death Threats to Arab American Institute Staff
The DOJ proved that a Virginia-based individual had engaged in a five-year campaign of harassment – sending hundreds of email threats, including death threats to the Arab American Institute.
Anti-Semitic Incidents Remained at Near-Historic Levels in 2018; Assaults Against Jews More Than Doubled
The U.S. Jewish community experienced near-historic levels of anti-Semitism in 2018, including a doubling of assaults and the single deadliest attack against the Jewish community in U.S. history.
ADL and Aspen Institute Launch Civil Society Fellowship to Create Next Generation of Community Leaders
ADL and the Aspen Institute announced the formation of the Civil Society Fellowship: A Partnership of ADL and the Aspen Institute, to prepare the next generation of community and civic leaders.
Through Conspiracies and Coded Language, White Supremacists Use Social Media Networks to Aid and Abet Terror, New Study Reveals
Researchers analyzed millions of conversations on Gab, the site frequented by Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Bowers, and 8chan, the site favored by Christchurch mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant.
ADL Statement Regarding Mock Eviction Notices Posted on Students' Dorms at Emory University
Some of the eviction notices were placed on dormitory doors that had mezuzahs posted on the outer door post.
ADL Statement on YouTube's Failure to Remove Neo-Nazi Content from Platform
It is incredibly important for YouTube to publicly explain why their technology continues to allow channels and videos that promote white supremacy.
Two Former DHS Secretaries Join ADL and JFNA to Protect Vulnerable Religious Communities from Violent Threats
The new Community Safety and Security Task Force will work to enhance the safety, security and resiliency of religious communities.
ADL Deeply Concerned DHS Eliminated Team Tasked With Tracking Domestic Terrorists
In 2018 alone, domestic extremists killed at least 50 people in the U.S., the fourth deadliest year on record for domestic extremist-related killings since 1970.
ADL Hails Introduction of Anti-Semitism Awareness Act
The law would help the federal government determine whether an anti-Semitic or anti-Israel incident crosses the line from protected free expression into harassing, unlawful or discriminatory conduct.