February 19, 2015

Any­one who has ever read to or with a child—parent, fam­ily mem­ber, teacher or friend—knows books leave last­ing impres­sions. Beyond the edu­ca­tional ben­e­fits, books have the power to instill empa­thy, affirm, teach, trans­port and inspire action. Books matter. Empa­thy In expos­ing chil­dren to other people’s sto­ries and the moti­va­tions and feel­ings behind those nar­ra­tives, chil­dren…
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February 1, 2015

With immense gratitude and appreciation, ADL New York Region shines February’s spotlight on the Arlene & Daniel Fisher Family Foundation for their generous support of the New York Region’s Confronting Anti-Semitism (CAS) initiative. The CAS initiative, which includes programs for Jewish middle school, high school, and college students, focuses on raising awareness of anti-Semitism and…
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November 12, 2014

On October 26, 2014, 20 ADL Peer Trainers and Peer Leaders from New York State traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the 2014 Grosfeld Family National Youth Leadership Mission. The New York delegation joined 95 other students from across the United States for four days of A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute programming designed to help students apply…
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October 23, 2014

On Tuesday, October 21st, approximately 80 guests attended the ADL in Westchester event at the Metropolis Country Club in White Plains to learn more about ADL’s educational programs, featuring No Place For Hate®, an initiative designed to create inclusive communities and empower schools to challenge all forms of bigotry.  The event also served as the…
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September 5, 2014

“I strongly believe that a strong and politically well-connected ADL during the Hitler period would have saved many more Jewish lives, especially children. The ADL gives us a forum to confront anti-Semitism wherever we find it. So it is important for all of us, especially the younger generations, to be an active part of the…
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