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From left to right: Louis P. Karol, Helene Lurie, Scott Lurie, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt, Evan Bernstein, Philip Sharfstein, Superintendent Dr. Lorna R. Lewis, Clifford Saffron, Andrew J. Frackman

 

ABOUT

Led by Chair Louis P Karol, ADL’s New York Region unites Long Island residents who are dedicated to fulfilling ADL’s mission: to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all. The ADL hosts a number of events throughout Long Island during the calendar year, some in partnership with local institutions. ADL on Long Island, our annual community outreach event takes place in the spring and brings together hundreds of ADL supporters. Click here for photos from the 2016 event.

PAST EVENTS

11/12/2017 – The Power of One: Community Program at Young Israel of Plainview 

Join ADL, YIP and the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County as we delve into identifying the root causes of hatred, bias and anti-Semitism and what we as individuals can do to be part of the solution. This event will include a panel discussion about combating anti-Semitism and hate in all forms, followed by an interactive training on strategies to address bias and stereotypes.

 

11/2/2017 – ADL on Long Island

This year’s ADL on Long Island event featured special guest speaker Denis Monette, Former Assistant Commissioner of Nassau Country Police Department, in conversation with Evan Bernstein, ADL New York Regional Director.

Former Assistant Commissioner Monette has served over three decades in law enforcement and has also held the positions of Police Officer, Patrol Sergeant and Detective Sergeant. He currently serves on the Board of Directors and Advisors for the International Institute for Counter Terrorism (ICT).

 

9/13/2017- The State of Anti-Semitism: Local to Global

ADL New York Region is proud to partner with LIU Post on this important event featuring local elected officials, members of the legal community and experts in the field of Jewish history and current events. ADL New York Regional Director Evan Bernstein will provide a briefing on ADL’s efforts to monitor and combat anti-Semitism across the New York Region.

 

8/27/2017 – “Break The Hate!” Long Island Community Rally 

ADL is proud to partner with the Long Island community for the “Break the Hate” rally taking place on Sunday, August 27th at the Mid-Island Y at 6:30 pm. Featured Speaker: United States Congressman Thomas R. Suozzi

Click here for more info! 

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ADL’S IMPACT ON LONG ISLAND

Combatting Anti-Semitism

ADL empowers middle school, high school, and college students to combat and respond to anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias through our Words to Action programs. Most recently, we facilitated programs at Temple Sinai in Roslyn, The Barry & Florence Friedberg JCCThe CHAI Center in Dix Hills, and Central Synagogue in Rockville Centre.

Preventing Bias and Bullying

ADL has partnered with over 35 local schools with our anti-bias and anti-bullying programming. A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute is a leader in the development and delivery of anti-bias and anti-bullying training for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students, educators and families. In addition, our No Place For Hate® initiative creates inclusive communities and empowers schools to challenge all forms of bigotry. For a full list of partner schools, click here.

Are you affiliated with a school, synagogue or JCC that would welcome ADL’s educational programming? Please let us know.

Partnering with Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement and Society (LEAS) is an innovative training that increases law enforcement personnel’s understanding of their roles as protectors of the American people and the Constitution. ADL, in partnership with the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, trains officers and recruits from the Nassau and Suffolk County Police Academies.

Responding to Incidents

A leader in the fight against hate, we respond to anti-Semitic incidents and acts of bigotry wherever they may occur. Click here to view our most recent Annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents. If you or anyone you know as experienced an incident of hate, please let us know.

 

To get involved with ADL on Long Island, please contact Erica Greenblatt, Director of Community Engagement at egreenblatt@adl.org or 212.885.7866.