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ADL CONCERNED ABOUT BOMB THREAT AT JEWISH DAY SCHOOL

THANKS LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR SWIFT RESPONSE     St. Louis, February 9, 2016 ….The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) condemned a bomb threat called in this morning to the Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School in Creve Coeur and thanked law enforcement officials for their swift response.  Creve Coeur Police Department reported that after evacuation, the building was searched and with the assistance

METRO THEATER COMPANY TO HONOR ADL AS ST LOUIS SUPERHERO

We are SO excited that on Saturday, February 27th Metro Theater Company will honor the ADL as a ST. LOUIS SUPERHERO. Throughout the entire month of February, Metro Theater Company will present at the Missouri History Museum And In This Corner . . .  Cassius Clay by Idris Goodwin. Based on the early life of Muhammad Ali, the play anchors

Who’s engaged in No Place For Hate?

With thanks to our many wonderful corporate friends who make No Place For Hate possible — including Wells Fargo Advisors, Carrollton Bank and Gordmans.   2017 Active No Place for Hate® Schools Affton High School Barnwell Middle School Brentwood Middle School Brown Elementary Cristo Rey High School, Kansas City Christ The King East St. Louis Charter School Francis Howell North

What Can You Do to Fight Good Fight With ADL?

Pro-choice. Pro-immigration. Pro-LGBTQ equality. Staunch advocates for separation of church and state. Providers of anti-bias education to early childhood centers, elementary-high school students, university campuses, parents, teachers, businesses and law enforcement. We exist to stop hate crimes before they happen and advocate for the victims of hate crime after they occur. Please give your time, your charity, and your heart.

St. Louis Project of the Grosfeld National Youth Leadership Mission 2015-16

The National Youth Leadership Mission uses the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s dramatic portrayal of the events of the Holocaust to provide a substantive and effective program to help students apply the important lessons of the Holocaust to modern-day issues of anti-Semitism, bigotry, and hate. Each year a diverse group of high school juniors from across the country are selected to