ADL Regional Director Scott Levin speaks with 9News about an alleged anti-Semitic Snapchat post

Student’s Snapchat Post Investigated as Anti-Semitic

  Police and school officials are investigating an incident involving Cherry Creek High School students who reportedly circulated a photo on social media sporting an anti-Semitic caption. ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott Levin has spoken with school officials, parents and media about the incident. Levin told 9News: The picture was brought to my attention by a parent of a

RESOURCES FOR THE JEWISH HIGH HOLIDAYS: YOUR GUIDE TO SCHOOL AND WORKPLACE ACCOMMODATIONS

With the Jewish Holidays fast approaching, ADL has the resources and guides you need to understand the requirements concerning school and workplace accommodations. Please contact your ADL Mountain States Regional Office for assistance or to answer any questions. The issue of the proper role of religion in public schools continues to be the subject of great controversy. School officials, parents and

One Year Later – Remembering the Victims of Anti-Semitism

Join the Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region along with BMH-BJ Congregation, JEWISHcolorado and other community partners for a program memorializing those that lost their lives in Pittsburgh and Poway and examining the state of anti-Semitism in the US and around the world. Free and open to all. Registration required. 

Join ADL as we honor the Chotin Family at the 2019 Torch of Liberty Dinner!

Please join the Mountain States Region of the Anti-Defamation League as we honor the Chotin Family at this year’s Torch of Liberty Dinner  on Wednesday, November 6 at 6 pm at the Seawell Ballroom at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The Chotin name is synonymous with leadership and philanthropy. Robin and Steven Chotin have led and supported numerous

HATE CRIMES IN COLORADO NEARLY DOUBLED FROM 2017 TO 2018

HATE CRIMES IN COLORADO NEARLY DOUBLED FROM 2017 to 2018 Data released by the Colorado Department of Public Safety shows reports reached a 6-year high DENVER, CO (August 8, 2019) – A report released yesterday on Colorado crime statistics shows reported hate crimes in the state reached a six-year high and nearly doubled from 2017 to 2018. The state reported

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Student’s Snapchat Post Investigated as Anti-Semitic

  Police and school officials are investigating an incident involving Cherry Creek High School students who reportedly circulated a photo on social media sporting an anti-Semitic caption. ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott Levin has spoken with school officials, parents and media about the incident. Levin told 9News: The picture was brought to my attention by a parent of a

ADL Senior Associate Director Jeremy Shaver Interviewed on CBS4 News Regarding Safety and Security for Houses of Worship

  ADL Mountain States Region Senior Associate Director Jeremy Shaver spoke with CBS4 News about an initiative in Jefferson County, Colorado to provide security training for faith-based institutions. The Safety in Faith Summit is kicking off its fifth year this week as part of an effort led by Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader. “It is critical that the public and

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ADL’s 2019-2020 Robert B. Sturm Mountain States Leadership Program is Underway

  Eighteen young professionals have joined the ADL Mountain States Region’s 2019-2020 Robert B. Sturm Leadership Fellows Program, part of ADL’s national Glass Leadership Institute (GLI). This year’s Sturm Fellows class includes the following individuals, who were chosen through a competitive application process: Sam Blumkin, Kelsey Brown, Keven Coe, Laurinda Frederick, Lydia Henderson Taylor, Eric Hess, Sheena Kadi, Ashley Kowal,

Meet ADL’s New Mountain States Regional Board Members!

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is pleased to announce that twelve community members were elected to its Board of Directors at ADL’s annual meeting in June 2019. “We are thrilled to welcome these new members of the Board, each of whom brings considerable skills, experience and talent to ADL,” said Scott Levin, ADL Mountain States Regional Director. The new

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Building Equality – A NextGen 360 Event

  Join ADL NextGen 360 for a discussion especially for young professionals about how social and economic inequality has been shaped by housing and development. A panel of educators, researchers and professionals will dive into the impacts real estate and land ownership have on wealth and social equity in communities. RSVP to mountainstates@adl.org by September 20. Location provided upon RSVP.

One Year Later – Remembering the Victims of Anti-Semitism

Join the Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region along with BMH-BJ Congregation, JEWISHcolorado and other community partners for a program memorializing those that lost their lives in Pittsburgh and Poway and examining the state of anti-Semitism in the US and around the world. Free and open to all. Registration required.