NEWS

ADL EXPRESSES DEEP CONCERN AFTER EMIRATI MAN WRONGFULLY ARRESTED IN CLEVELAND; WELCOMES POLICE DEPARTMENT’S OPENNESS TO TRAINING

Cleveland, OH, July 5, 2016 . . . The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today expressed deep concern about the wrongful arrest of an Emirati man visiting Cleveland for medical treatment. According to reports, a hotel clerk who observed the man wearing traditional Emirati dress and speaking Arabic, told relatives she suspected the man was pledging allegiance
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Anti-Defamation League is latest group to seek better bail system: Impact 2016: Justice For All

The Anti-Defamation League is calling for criminal justice reform in Cuyahoga County, joining a number of groups who want leaders to fix bail and other practices that disproportionately burden minorities and poor people. (Mavin Fong, Plain Dealer Publishing Co.)
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BLOG POSTS

Urge Congress to Pass Essential Legislation to Protect the Right to Vote

Legislation was recently introduced in both the House and Senate that would update the Voting Rights Act and ensure that all citizens can participate fully in our democracy.  Urge your Members to support the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2015 (S. 1659/H.R. 2867).   It is vitally important that Congress act to protect one of our
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COMBATING HATE IN EVERY STATE

ADL launched 50 States Against Hate, a new campaign for tougher hate crime laws all across the country.
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EVENTS

ADL Cleveland’s 30th Anniversary Gala

Join ADL Cleveland on June 14th at 6 pm at the beautiful new Hilton Hotel downtown as we celebrate 30 years in Cleveland and honor our past Board Chairs Marty Belsky, Dick Bogomolny, Bettysue Feuer, David Goldberg, Howard Landau, Howard Levy z”l, David Millstone, Alan Rauss, Neal Shapero and Herb Wainer. In honor of his
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Spread the Light!

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. Fifteen schools from the Cleveland and Pittsburgh areas stood up, and committed to being NO Place for Hate. They have spent the year creating an inclusive school community by developing
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