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ADL Applauds Court Decision Blocking Texas Anti-Immigrant Law
A federal judge in Texas halted key provisions of SB 4, one of the worst anti-immigrant laws in the country.
U.N. Sec. General Praised for Equating Calls for the Destruction of Israel with Anti-Semitism
ADL praised the Secretary General for a meaningful visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories and his remarks referring to calls for Israel’s destruction as a “form of modern anti-Semitism.”
ADL Welcomes State Department’s Retaining of Anti-Semitism Envoy Position
ADL welcomed Sec. Tillerson’s affirmation that he is retaining the anti-Semitism envoy positing, calling the decision “essential” in the continued fight against global anti-Semitism.
Former DHS Director George Selim Named Senior VP of Programs
Selim will lead ADL’s education, law enforcement, and community security programs, and oversee its Center on Extremism.
ADL Provides Nationwide Security Briefing for Jewish Institutions
In response to the events in Charlottesville and ongoing concern about security for Jewish institutions across the country, ADL held a nationwide briefing for leadership and security directors at loca
ADL Provides Security Briefing for Jewish Institutions
In response to the events in Charlottesville and ongoing concern about security for Jewish institutions across the country, the Anti-Defamation League held a nationwide briefing for leadership and sec
Pardon of Former Maricopa County Sheriff Arpaio Would Be Deeply Objectionable
A presidential pardon of Joe Arpaio, who was found guilty of criminal contempt for defying a judge’s order to stop his policy of racially profiling and targeting Latinos, would be deeply divisive.
ADL Reacts to President’s Decision to Fire Steve Bannon
ADL said it was glad Steve Bannon will no longer advise the president and that staffers with ties to white nationalists do not belong on the payroll of the American people.
U.S. Conference of Mayors and ADL Join on Action Plan to Combat Hate, Extremism & Discrimination
The U.S. Conference of Mayors and ADL announced a new joint plan to fight extremism and bigotry and promote justice and equality in response to Charlottesville.