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ADL Urges Action After FBI Reports Jews Were Target of Most Religion-Based Hate Crimes in 2018
Newly released FBI data showed that Jews and Jewish institutions were the overwhelming target of religion-based hate crimes last year.
ADL Doubles Funding for "No Place for Hate" Program in Brooklyn Schools
The move comes in response to a recent dramatic increase in anti-Semitic incidents and hate crimes targeting Jews in Brooklyn.
ADL's Task Force on Middle East Minorities Issues Statement Regarding Death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Under al-Baghdadi’s leadership, the Islamic State preached an extremist and violent ideology that resulted in a horrific campaign of murder, enslavement and rape targeting religious and ethnic minorit
ADL Endorses Congressional Resolution Commemorating the Armenian Genocide
H. Res. 296 states that the U.S. officially recognizes the Armenian Genocide and encourages education and public understanding on the issue.
Latest ADL Data: At Least 12 White Supremacists Arrested for Plots, Attacks & Threats Against Jewish Community Since the Deadly Pittsburgh Shooting
In at least three of these cases, ADL’s Center on Extremism provided critical intelligence to law enforcement, leading directly to investigations and arrests.
Trolls Exploit Weaknesses of Social Media Platforms to Spread Online Hate, New ADL Report Finds
Social media platform design enables online harassment, as trolls often carry out coordinated attacks on a target by leveraging key platform features, according to a new report released by ADL.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Pledges Personal Donation of $2.5 Million to ADL
The donation will be used to support anti-hate and anti-bias education programs, research, and advocacy.
ADL to Commemorate Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting with "11 Actions for 11 Lives"
In memory of the 11 people who lost their lives in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) today announced “11 Actions for 11 Lives,” an online campaign encouraging America
ADL Urges German Authorities to Investigate Failure of Law Enforcement to Protect Halle Synagogue
Two people were killed after a suspected right-wing extremist attempted to attack the synagogue on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year for Jewish people.
Germany Shooting Underscores Concerns About Links Between Extremists in Europe and the U.S.
The shooting attack on a synagogue in Germany, by a suspected white supremacist, is further evidence that white supremacists in Europe and the U.S.
ADL Statement Regarding Shooting Outside Synagogue in Halle, Germany
Reports indicate at least two people were killed in the attack, which took place on Yom Kippur.
ADL, civil rights coalition file Supreme Court amicus brief challenging Homeland Security's steps to block DACA
A coalition of civil rights and social justice organizations filed an amicus brief before the Supreme Court urging that the DHS’s rescission of the DACA program is unlawful.