Sturm Fellows Make an Impact at ADL National Leadership Summit

Members of ADL’s Robert B. Sturm Mountain States Leadership Fellows Program joined with 600 ADL leaders and activists from across the country from June 2-4 in Washington DC for ADL’s annual National Leadership Summit. Government officials, policy experts, journalists, opinion makers and other public figures addressed the participants on some of the most critical issues of the League’s agenda. Featured

L-R: ADL Regional Board members Marci Penner and Sara Zessar, ADL Mountain States Region Senior Associate Director Jeremy Shaver, Regional Director Scott Levin, David Claypool

ADL Participates in Pride Month

June is Pride Month and ADL’s Mountain States Region is proud to participate with events and resources. On June 11, ADL’s NextGen 360 young professionals group sponsored “Lifting Up Transgender Voices,” a program featuring a panel discussion that enabled participants to learn about the transgender community, the unique challenges the community faces and how to be a stronger ally for

20th Anniversary of ADL’s Supreme Court Review 2019 – Live Stream Program

With a new Supreme Court justice on the bench and additional challenges to executive policies, this year has been an eventful term with significant ramifications. Join us for an America’s Town Hall program with distinguished legal scholars Erwin Chemerinsky, Paul Clement, Frederick Lawrence, and Dahlia Lithwick, as they discuss the most important cases of the term, including the citizenship question to the 2020 census, partisan

Anti-Semitic Incidents Remained at Near-Historic Levels in 2018

Denver, CO, April 30, 2019 … The number of reported anti-Semitic incidents declined slightly in 2018, but remained near-historic levels, according to new data released today by ADL (the Anti-Defamation League). There were 48 incidents of anti-Jewish harassment and vandalism reported in the three-state region of Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming, with 39 of those incidents taking place in Colorado.

ADL H.E.A.T. Map: Track 2018 Anti-Semitic Incidents in your State

ADL’s annual Audit of Anti-Semitic incidents recorded a total of 1,879 attacks against Jews and Jewish institutions across the country in 2018. View these incidents and more on the ADL H.E.A.T. Map, a first-of-its-kind interactive and customizable map detailing extremist and anti-Semitic incidents around the nation.

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Anti-Semitic Incidents Remained at Near-Historic Levels in 2018

Denver, CO, April 30, 2019 … The number of reported anti-Semitic incidents declined slightly in 2018, but remained near-historic levels, according to new data released today by ADL (the Anti-Defamation League). There were 48 incidents of anti-Jewish harassment and vandalism reported in the three-state region of Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming, with 39 of those incidents taking place in Colorado.

ADL DISTURBED BY ANTI-SEMITIC FACEBOOK POST ON ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS OWNER’S FACEBOOK PAGE

Albuquerque, NM, April 10, 2019 … The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is deeply disturbed by reports of anti-Semitic comments allegedly posted online by an Albuquerque resident and business owner. Michael Palombo, the owner of V Roast Bistro in Nob Hill, is accused of posting the anti-Semitic comments on his personal Facebook page yesterday in response to an apparent tenant-landlord

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Sturm Fellows Make an Impact at ADL National Leadership Summit

Members of ADL’s Robert B. Sturm Mountain States Leadership Fellows Program joined with 600 ADL leaders and activists from across the country from June 2-4 in Washington DC for ADL’s annual National Leadership Summit. Government officials, policy experts, journalists, opinion makers and other public figures addressed the participants on some of the most critical issues of the League’s agenda. Featured

Mountain States Spotlight with ADL Associate Development Director Asha Holsopple

ADL Mountain States Associate Development Director Asha Holsopple shares her passion for her dog Sammy and for raising funds for worthwhile causes like ADL. Why did you decide to become involved in ADL? I’ve always known about ADL. My mom worked with the Chicago ADL office in the process of bringing a Holocaust exhibit to her school in Indiana and

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20th Anniversary of ADL’s Supreme Court Review 2019 – Live Stream Program

With a new Supreme Court justice on the bench and additional challenges to executive policies, this year has been an eventful term with significant ramifications. Join us for an America’s Town Hall program with distinguished legal scholars Erwin Chemerinsky, Paul Clement, Frederick Lawrence, and Dahlia Lithwick, as they discuss the most important cases of the term, including the citizenship question to the 2020 census, partisan

ADL’s No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast – April 12, 2019

This fundraising event will take place on April 12, 2019 at 8:00 am! To get your tickets and for information about sponsorship opportunities, visit our website: www.adl.org/celebration2019.  Celebrate the incredible work of schools creating inclusive, respectful communities! Join ADL’s Mountain States Region in celebrating the 11th year of our No Place for Hate® Initiative! Students, educators, and schools from across the region