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Law Enforcement and Society 20th Anniversary Conference

November, 6-8, 2019, ADL staff and Holocaust Museum  educators from St. Louis, Houston, Dallas, Florida and Washington, DC met at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) to mark the 20th anniversary of presenting Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust. Dubbed “LEAS” here in the Heartland, the program has been a superb partnership of ADL, the St. Louis

Diversity and Israel

by Benjamin S. Sheinbein During my summer before my junior year of high school, I participated in a trip organized by my Jewish youth group to Poland and Israel. In Poland, I visited and toured the remains of horrific events from the Holocaust. This included some time at the Warsaw Ghetto, Auschwitz, and Majdanek, sites that truly tested my emotional

Ms. Information

By Morgan Miransky For anybody paying attention, the term “fake news” has come up with significant frequency. This is problematic for many reasons. It threatens our democracy, creates an opening for propaganda and state-run media, and makes it more difficult to have an informed electorate. Media is the fourth pillar of government. Since the creation of our country, sharing accurate