June 30, 2015

How did you get involved in ADL? ADL-AWOD did trainings at my high school, Erasmus Hall Campus: High School for Business and Technology.  As a peer trainer, I was given the opportunity to teach various lessons on conflict resolution, diversity, etc. to students at my school, as well as at other school around NYC.  When…
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glass grad 2015 - Copy June 3, 2015

ADL New York was proud to host a graduation ceremony on June 2nd to celebrate this year’s Glass Leadership Institute (GLI) class. The GLI is a nationally recognized leadership development program for a select group of young professionals. Over the course of nine months, GLI members participate in 10 interactive sessions lead by ADL professionals on  a…
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May 27, 2015

After the alarm­ing anti-Semitic inci­dent at UCLA ear­lier this year, the national discussion about the prob­lem of anti-Semitism on col­lege cam­puses continues. While such inci­dents are cer­tainly dis­turb­ing, it is important to note that these inci­dents are rel­a­tively rare, and the vast major­ity of Jew­ish stu­dents report feeling safe on their cam­puses. When such inci­dents…
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May 11, 2015

A blog by Brooke Feldman, 2015 National Leadership Summit Participant and Glass Leader: A week ago, I was sitting on a train, on my way to Washington D.C. to attend my first ADL Summit. As a Glass Leadership Institute participant, I was prepped with information on what the Summit brings to a young professional like…
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