ADL Mourns the loss of 2003 Torch of Liberty Award Honoree

Sue Clark-Johnson, a former Arizona Republic and publisher who later led Gannett’s community news division, died early today at a Scottsdale hospital after a short illness. She was 67.    …
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ADL Honors Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2015

‘WE ARE NOT MAKERS OF HISTORY. WE ARE MADE BY HISTORY.’ –MLK As we celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2015, marking what would have been the civil rights giant’s 86th birthday, we begin a year of momentous civil rights anniversaries. Sixty years ago Martin Luther King, Jr. — then a young pastor just starting…
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Tell Your Senators to Stand Up Against Global Anti-Semitism Now

This is a critical time for the Senate to speak out against the rise of shocking and violent anti-Semitic attacks in Europe….
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A Tragic Murder, Hate Crimes, and the Need to Fight Stereotypes

The tragic mur­der of three Mus­lim stu­dents in Chapel Hill, North Car­olina this week has stirred deep emo­tions.  While all of us should refrain from rush­ing to judg­ment about why they were attacked, we can cer­tainly under­stand the pow­er­ful impact this hor­rific crime has had, not only on the Mus­lim com­mu­nity, but on Amer­i­cans of good will. Until…
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