December 16, 2013

On Thursday, December 5th, the New York Region celebrated its 18th annual Human Relations Award Luncheon honoring legal and community leaders Elizabeth Sacksteder and John Savarese to support the mission and work of ADL in New York City. The afternoon brought together over 400 members of the legal and financial community and raised $700,000 for…
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December 12, 2013

At ADL New York, we educate through programming, advocacy and outreach. By supporting ADL, you are making a personal statement in the fight against hatred, bigotry and anti-Semitism through education. With 100 years of experience, we train local law enforcement to counter domestic extremism and hate crimes. We continue to be one of the nation’s…
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November 18, 2013

  As the December holidays approach, we at the Anti-Defamation League — one of the nation’s premier organizations defending religious liberty — know that many school districts are faced with difficult questions about how to appropriately acknowledge the December holidays.  In an effort to help you comply with the United States Constitution and create a…
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September 3, 2013

Name:  Brother Thomas R. Leto, CFC Community:  New Rochelle, NY Occupation:  President, Iona Preparatory School ADL Role:  Bearing Witness and Bearing Witness Advanced alumnus What is your earliest memory of ADL?  I honestly do not recall my earliest memory of ADL.  However, I do recall hearing about ADL and their work on radio and television newscasts…
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August 22, 2013

ADL wishes everyone a sweet and happy new year. The League has made available a number of resources on rights and responsibilities in schools and the workforce for those who will be absent due to observances. Click here to access our guides for schools, universities, and the workplace, and please contact us if you believe…
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