Register Now for ADL’s Virtual 40th Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program

For the 40th year, ADL’s Mountain States Region will host its Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program, one of the largest such events in the United States. The 2021 program will be offered virtually on Zoom.      The annual program allows people of all faiths to come together to honor Holocaust survivors, remember those who perished, educate the community about this horrible

Wyoming State Capitol, Cheyenne, WY photo credit: www.wyoleg.gov

Hate crime bill introduced in Wyoming

ADL is pleased to announce that a bias-motivated crime bill has been introduced in Wyoming. The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is a partner of the Freedom From Hate Coalition that includes 24 other organizations and businesses that have worked with lawmakers to bring this critical legislation forward. Wyoming is just one of three states without a hate crime law.

ADL Welcomes Prison Sentence for White Supremacist Accused of Plotting to Blow up a Pueblo Synagogue

  Denver, CO, February 26, 2021 …The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region welcomed today’s announcement that alleged white supremacist Richard Holzer was sentenced to 19.5 years in prison by a federal court. Holzer pleaded guilty last year to federal hate crime and explosive charges for plotting to blow up Temple Emanuel Synagogue in Pueblo in 2019.   ADL Mountain States Regional Director

ADL CONDEMNS WHITE SUPREMACIST ACTIVITIES ALONG FRONT RANGE

DENVER, CO, December 6, 2020 … ADL condemns reports of white supremacist activity along Colorado’s Front Range over the weekend. White supremacist graffiti appeared in Colorado Spring’s Roswell Park on Saturday where sidewalks, signs and a brick wall were painted with anti-Jewish, anti-Black, and anti-LGBTQ slurs, as well as swastikas and the initials “KKK.” In Westminster, neighbors received flyers on

ADL Expresses Concern Over Castle Rock Business’ Holocaust Comparison

ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott Levin expressed concern over a sign displayed by a Castle Rock, CO plumbing company depicting a Nazi guard shooting a Jewish man as two others stood by. The sign read, “Hitler gave Jews the gift of gun control, you know, because he cared about their safety.” In speaking with 9News, Levin said: After receiving

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Hate crime bill introduced in Wyoming

ADL is pleased to announce that a bias-motivated crime bill has been introduced in Wyoming. The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is a partner of the Freedom From Hate Coalition that includes 24 other organizations and businesses that have worked with lawmakers to bring this critical legislation forward. Wyoming is just one of three states without a hate crime law.

ADL Welcomes Prison Sentence for White Supremacist Accused of Plotting to Blow up a Pueblo Synagogue

  Denver, CO, February 26, 2021 …The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region welcomed today’s announcement that alleged white supremacist Richard Holzer was sentenced to 19.5 years in prison by a federal court. Holzer pleaded guilty last year to federal hate crime and explosive charges for plotting to blow up Temple Emanuel Synagogue in Pueblo in 2019.   ADL Mountain States Regional Director

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Mountain States Spotlight with Jessica Markowitz

This month’s Mountain States Spotlight features our region’s newest team member: Development Assistant Jessica Markowitz. We are thrilled to have Jessica joining our regional staff. How did you first become involved in ADL? How are you involved now? I have known about ADL since I was a young girl. I’ve learned more about its efforts fighting antisemitism and hatred more

ADL’s 2021 Robert B. Sturm Mountain States Leadership Program Launched in January

Twenty-six professionals were accepted into the ADL Mountain States Region’s 2021 Robert B. Sturm Leadership Fellows Program, part of ADL’s national Glass Leadership Institute (GLI). The program began in January and will last through September. We are grateful to this year’s program chairs, Tamara Berkman and Laura Knaster, who are both Sturm Fellows alumnae and members of the ADL Mountain

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Register Now for ADL’s Virtual 40th Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program

For the 40th year, ADL’s Mountain States Region will host its Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program, one of the largest such events in the United States. The 2021 program will be offered virtually on Zoom.      The annual program allows people of all faiths to come together to honor Holocaust survivors, remember those who perished, educate the community about this horrible

Register NOW for ADL’s If Not Now, When? Virtrual Award Reception

Support ADL Mountain States from the Best Seat in the House—Yours!   Join ADL supporters in Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming from the safety and comfort of your own home to support ADL’s work. With a salute to our past, we will build hope for the future.   On Thursday, November 12, starting at 5:30pm, ADL Mountain States will host its virtual If Not Now,