This week marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S. Congress passing and the states ratifying the 19th Amendment, officially giving the right to vote to all citizens of the United States regardless of gender.
On August 23, federal courts in three different states handed down noteworthy decisions promoting justice and fair treatment. In each case, judges upheld the constitutionally-protected rights of minorities.
Sports tournaments and other international competitions have long been harnessed by some countries in the Middle East as part of their continued efforts to isolate and delegitimize Israel and prevent engagement with Israelis.
ADL HEADLINES: Congress Holds Hearing on the Rising Threat of White Nationalism
Congress holds a hearing on the growing threat posed by white nationalism and increase in hate crimes; anti-vaccination advocates are misappropriating Holocaust imagery to push their agenda; and Airbnb reversesits decision to de-list properties in the West Bank.
ADL convened an event in Raleigh, North Carolina with more than 100 professional data scientists,academics andnon-profit organizations to use high tech tools to do a deep dive into all available hate crime data across the country.
ADL to Hold Meetings With World Leaders, Diplomats as U.N. General Assembly Gets Underway
As world leaders gather in New York for the U.N. General Assembly, ADL will be meeting with presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers from around the globe to press them on combatting anti-Semitism and other key issues on the League's agenda.
Another White Supremacist Uses Gab to Share Violent, Racist Fantasies
Authorities in Washington, D.C., arrested Jeffrey Raphiel Clark, Jr., 30, an on-line associate of Robert Bowers. The November 9 arrest came after family members contacted law enforcement out of concern that Clark might become violent.