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ADL Calls Shootings “Heinous and Unspeakable Acts of Violence”

St. Louis, MO, April 13, 2014 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) called the shootings earlier today at two Jewish community centers near Kansas City, which left three people dead, “an unspeakable and heinous act of violence” and called on the public not to draw any conclusions until authorities have released the results of the investigation. While authorities have not yet

A Student Speaks: What Does No Place For Hate Mean?

From the Wolf Branch Middle School Newspaper in Swansea, Illinois WHAT DOES NO PLACE FOR HATE MEAN? By: Scoops Jackson (Ace Reporter) No Place For Hate is sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. Its sole purpose is to stress the “Golden Rule”, to squash popular stereotypes, and to challenge racism and all other forms of bigotry. What does it mean to

One week in the life of ADL and the A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute

Tabari Coleman and students from Yeshivat Kadimah, with educator Jeff Kopolow, worked this week on identity, awareness and multiculturalism.    Staff also presented a Stand  Up to Leadership Diversity program to 90 students from the Francis Howell School District; we visited the Western side of the State and continued our partnership with Kansas City Public Television and their Technology Conference  where we presented Cyber/Anti

ADL’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE and UMSL PARTNERSHIPS

The Institute is pleased to work with the University of Missouri-St. Louis on two unique partnerships: the first is Bridge, a unique comprehensive year-round pre-collegiate program for under-served high school students and their parents. Bridge prides itself on providing offerings that equip students with resources that will help them successfully enter into and graduate from post-secondary school throughout the US.

ADL, Law Enforcement and Continuing Education

The Anti-Defamation League has unique opportunities to train federal, state and local law enforcement on a wide range of topics from domestic and international terrorism, operational response to counter-terrorism, balancing religious freedom with national security and current issues with hate crime and bias incidents.  This December we continued our work with the Office of the US Attorney for Eastern Missouri