Glass Leadership Institute

This immersive program provides broad exposure to ADL’s experts and resources and creates a cadre of adults who will take on regional and national leadership positions in  ADL. Applications for the Heartland class of ‘24 are now open.

US Attorney’s Hate Crimes Task Force

For over twenty years St. Louis, MO has been home to a table where community groups who serve populations at risk of being victims of hate crimes can sit down with the law enforcement professionals responsible for policing those violations to discuss the issues effecting our communities. ADL Heartland is proud to continue its lead role in this important forum which is co-chaired by the U.S. Attorneys for the Eastern District of Missouri and the Southern District of Illinois.

Law Enforcement and Society

Developed in partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the workshop uses the history of the Holocaust in World War II—when more than 11 million people, including six million Jews, were systematically murdered by the Nazis—as a springboard for examining the role of law enforcement in our democracy and the relationship of the police to the people they serve.

ADL Heartland is proud to offer this professional development opportunity to law enforcement officers throughout the region in partnership with the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum.

No Place for Hate

The No Place For Hate framework encourages your students, administrators, teachers, and family members to work collaboratively to develop an inclusive school climate approach that fits your needs. With online resources, classroom lesson plans, whole-school activities, and more, No Place for Hate helps you be the driver of change at your school! Get started today!

Words to Action

Words to Action® is an interactive education program designed to help Jewish youth and college students examine their identities and be equipped with constructive and effective responses to combat antisemitism and anti-Israel bias in their lives, including:

  • recognizing the implications of antisemitism on oneself and community;
  • responding to stereotypes and prejudice;
  • processing internalized antisemitism; and
  • situating antisemitism inside a broader matrix of oppression.

Learn more by inquiring here.

Fighting Bigotry & Hatred

In partnership with Mirowitz Center, ADL Heartland is proud to offer an annual update to our community seniors and support the wonderful programing throughout the year.  More information available via Mirowitz Center.