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ADL and National Urban League Announce Expansion of Partnership Focusing on Voting Rights and Other Civil Rights Issues in 2020 and Beyond
The partnership is intended to create deep relationships on the ground through the next generation of leaders, uniting each organization’s existing young professional cohort into a powerful network.
ADL Finds Hateful Content on Telegram Exceeds That on Facebook
Fifty-seven percent of the messages containing references to Jewish Americans included derogatory language.
ADL Statement on Introduction of Protecting Americans from Dangerous Algorithms Act
ADL believes the approach to fighting online hate and violent radicalization represented by the bill introduced today is worth serious consideration.
ADL Launches Online Election Incident Reporting Tool in Response to Concerns of Extremist Interference
ADL has established a new online incident reporting tool that will enable voters to flag any potential hate crimes or disruptions involving extremists.
After Long Fight, ADL is Relieved at Facebook Announcement That It Will Remove Holocaust Denial Content
This comes after nearly a decade of ADL advocating for such changes and just weeks before the 2020 presidential election.
Anti-Asian Hostility Spikes on Twitter After President Trump's COVID Diagnosis
A study shows a dramatic spike in anti-Asian sentiment and conspiracy theories about the spread of coronavirus in conversations on Twitter in the days immediately following the President Trump's first
ADL Issues Guide for States and Municipalities on Countering Potential Election-Motivated Violent Extremism in 2020
The goal is to ensure that voters can feel safe and secure going to the polls and afterwards.
ADL Statement on Facebook’s Decision to Finally Ban QAnon Content From Platform
We hope that this is a sincere effort to purge hate from their platform, and not another knee-jerk response to pressure from members of Congress and the public.
New Report Finds “Deluge” of Antisemitic Tweets Directed at Jewish Members of Congress as 2020 Campaign Heats Up
ADL’s Center for Technology and Society collected and analyzed all tweets across a single month that were directed at the 30 incumbent Jewish members of the House and Senate.
ADL and AU Launch New Podcast Devoted to Understanding Extremism
ADL and American University today unveiled “extremely,” a new podcast that will change the way you think about modern hate and extremism – and what it might take to stop it in its tracks.
ADL Deeply Concerned at Nomination of Chad Wolf to Serve at DHS
ADL expressed deep concern about the nomination of Chad Wolf to serve as Secretary of Homeland Security.