ADL seeks tougher ethnic intimidation law

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ADL Cleveland takes Greater Latrobe High School Students to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

On Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 41 high school students from Greater Latrobe High School in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, had the opportunity to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for the first time.  They spent time speaking with two Holocaust survivors, and touring the museum exhibits….
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National Leadership Summit

Come to Washington to explore the cutting edge ADL policy issues that are at the heart of the American political debate and to make your voice heard in Congress. Your ideas, your enthusiasm, and your passion to imagine and build a world without hate are the key to ADL’s next century of impact. Early bird…
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In honor of Dr. King’s birthday, ADL’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute has produced a new 38-page curriculum for grades 3-12 examining civil rights in the United States and delving deeper into Dr. King’s historic “I Have a Dream Speech,” to connect its message to the present day….
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ADL’s 26th Annual Catholic/Jewish Colloquium

ADL’s 26th Annual Catholic/Jewish Colloquium will take place on Thursday, April 24th , at 7:00 pm. Rabbi David Sandmel will be speaking on  “Jesus:  The Jewish Storyteller.”  The Catholic  response will be provided from Sr. Lisa Marie Belz, PhD, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Ursuline College.  RSVP to Anita Gray at, or call…
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ADL’s National Leadership Summit

Register now for the National Leadership Summit (April 27-29, 2014)  Take your seat at the table with ADL’s top national leaders to: -Explore issues critical to ADL’s mission with America’s leading policy experts and opinion leaders -Make your voice heard on Capitol Hill with face-to-face lobby visits Experience the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and other…
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