From across denominations, 74 groups signed a letter addressed to hundreds of Asian-American leaders and organizations expressing concern over rising xenophobia
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is an American-Jewish non-governmental organization founded in 1913, with a stated mission "to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike."
The ADL headquarters are in New York, and it is currently headed by national director Abraham Foxman, and chairman Robert Sugarman.
The ADL says it "fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry in the U.S. and abroad through information, education, legislation, and advocacy. [The] ADL serves as a resource for government, media, law enforcement, educators and the public.”
On Israel, the ADL “supports the Jewish State by advocating for Israel and explaining political and security issues and the complexities of the Israeli-Palestinian/Israel-Arab conflict with U.S. policymakers, the media and the public through programs, publications and contact with officials.”
'I was not willing to offer my soul for $20,000,' says Joseph Gluck, who threw a table at the attacker, chased him outside, and wrote down his license plate number
Some 2,700 pieces of propaganda advancing racist, anti-Semitic and anti-LGBTQ ideas were distributed in 2019, more than double the tally from 2018
In addition to misinformation and xenophobic remarks against Chinese people, extremists have used the virus to advance theories that Jews are responsible for creating the virus
Anti-Defamation League survey says fourteen percent of respondents believe Israel 'behaves as badly as the Nazis,' while 16 percent agreed that the Jewish state’s 'record on human rights is worse than most other countries'
Recent tensions between blacks and Jews in Brooklyn bring up memories of the 1991 Crown Heights riots, but black leaders are working to unite the communities
Sacha Baron Cohen was nominated for his leading role as Israeli Eli Cohen in the mini-series 'The Spy'
Violence, extremism, and hate targeting Jews spread quickly and travel widely, from white supremacists to jihadists to the far left. It's hard to look back at the past decade without feeling a sense of alarm
All evidence past and present points to powerful and prevalent anti-Semitic forces at work in South Africa. The Jewish community's representatives, though, are in desperate denial
The ADL ranks South Africa's population just below Poland's as holding the world’s most anti-Semitic attitudes. We think that’s wrong
Top Jewish organization says ADL study picked methods developed for Europe, U.S. and applied them 'uncritically to another cultural context'
Anti-Semitic attitudes have also strengthened in Poland, South Africa and Ukraine since 2015, U.S. watchdog finds; Sweden fared best in annual poll, with only 4 percent of respondents holding anti-Semitic beliefs
Funding being boosted for anti-bias efforts in borough that has been epicenter of anti-Semitic incidents in New York City in recent years
ADL report says at least 12 white supremacists arrested in plots, also counted additional incidents in which Islamists and people with an 'unknown ideology' targeted Jewish people and institutions
The Maryland congressman, who died Thursday at the age of 68, is hailed for work as an advocate for civil rights and closer Black-Jewish relations
Report says 39 U.S. murders were 'clearly motivated by hateful, racist ideology'
The attacks in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, left 29 people dead and scores injured. Jewish groups are demanding that U.S. leaders offer more than 'thoughts and prayers'
Trump administration revokes invitation it had extended to Ben Garrison, who portrayed U.S. security officials being manipulated by George Soros and the Rothschilds
George Garrison, who portrayed U.S. security officials being manipulated by George Soros and the Rothschilds, was invited by President Donald Trump to Thursday's social media summit
The use of fliers is becoming 'a go-to tactic' of white supremacist groups, the director of the ADL’s Center on Extremism notes
Politico Magazine under fire over the weekend for the images associated with a profile of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders
Figures from the first quarter of 2019 show an increase in hate crimes in New York City, particularly against Jews and members of LGBTQ community
Substantial increase in recorded anti-Semitic occurrences in city for two months following mass shooting at Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh last October
In third-highest total since the 1970s, over 1,800 incidents of harassment, vandalism and physical assault were recorded over the past year
The Anti-Defamation League reported 1,187 incidents in 2018, up from 421 in 2017 ■ Efforts included flyering, with campus incidents on the rise
At least one-third of victims were Jewish, according to ADL ■ Death toll highest since 1995
Congresswoman was photographed with Abbas Hamideh, who has praised Hezbollah and likened Zionists to Nazis, on the eve of her swearing-in ceremony
According to police figures, anti-Semitic incidents in 2018 rose by 22 percent, as overall hate crimes up by six percent
Student complains that staff 'cares more about feelings of Nazis than safety of their students'; university backtracks, says request 'doesn't reflect values of campus'
Exactly when fringe, anti-Semitic freaks have become mainstream political leaders, anti-racist watchdogs mandated to confront hate, like Amnesty and the ADL, have shown they can't be trusted to identify it