To have allies, you need to be an ally. Join the fight against racism and all hate.

When there was a rash of violent incidents against Jews at the end of last year, Bishop Jerry Demmer, President of the Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance, reached out to join together with the Jewish community to publicly speak out against antisemitism. It is only appropriate that the two communities came together to speak out against the systems of ingrained

In Solidarity Against Racism

  For over 100 years, it has been the mission of ADL to not only stop antisemitism, but also to secure justice and fair treatment to all people. This foundational obligation is found in Deuteronomy, which provides, “Justice, justice shall you pursue.” Following the brutal murder of George Floyd, our pursuit of justice requires us to raise our voice and

Now More Than Ever, Celebrating and Continuing No Place for Hate®

The ADL Mountain States Region is incredibly proud of the 60 schools that were designated No Place for Hate for the 2019-2020 school year. Many educators and students worked hard to create safe and inclusive schools. While we have not been able to hold our planned No Place for Hate Celebration Breakfast, we have planned virtual celebrations over the next

ANTISEMITIC INCIDENTS HIT ALL-TIME HIGH IN 2019

Reported incidents in Colorado surge by 56 percent, according to ADL annual report   Denver, CO, May 12, 2020 …The American Jewish community experienced the highest level of antisemitic incidents last year since tracking began in 1979, with more than 2,100 acts of assault, vandalism and harassment reported across the United States, according to new data from ADL (the Anti-Defamation

Survey on Jewish Americans’ Experiences with Antisemitism

In the face of unprecedented attacks on the Jewish community, ADL conducted a survey of Jewish Americans to explore their experiences with antisemitism. We not only asked about people’s experiences — from online harassment to overhearing hateful slurs to being physically attacked — but we also explored the impact of these experiences. Read the report here.

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To have allies, you need to be an ally. Join the fight against racism and all hate.

When there was a rash of violent incidents against Jews at the end of last year, Bishop Jerry Demmer, President of the Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance, reached out to join together with the Jewish community to publicly speak out against antisemitism. It is only appropriate that the two communities came together to speak out against the systems of ingrained

ANTISEMITIC INCIDENTS HIT ALL-TIME HIGH IN 2019

Reported incidents in Colorado surge by 56 percent, according to ADL annual report   Denver, CO, May 12, 2020 …The American Jewish community experienced the highest level of antisemitic incidents last year since tracking began in 1979, with more than 2,100 acts of assault, vandalism and harassment reported across the United States, according to new data from ADL (the Anti-Defamation

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In Solidarity Against Racism

  For over 100 years, it has been the mission of ADL to not only stop antisemitism, but also to secure justice and fair treatment to all people. This foundational obligation is found in Deuteronomy, which provides, “Justice, justice shall you pursue.” Following the brutal murder of George Floyd, our pursuit of justice requires us to raise our voice and

Mountain States Spotlight: Cheri Rubin, A Gift for Bringing People Together – and a Gift for the Future

  This month’s Spotlight shines on ADL Mountain States Regional Board Member Cheri Rubin, who was recently profiled in ADL’s national publication, ADL Insights. This story is reprinted from the Spring 2020 edition.    Cheri Rubin was introduced personally to ADL when Scott Levin, Mountain States Regional Director, and three other ADL representatives served on a task force she co-chaired

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POSTPONED – ADL’s 2020 No Place for Hate Celebration Breakfast

THE 2020 NO PLACE FOR HATE CELEBRATION BREAKFAST HAS BEEN POSTPONED. With the continued spread of COVID-19, evolving guidelines for large community gatherings and out of respect for our community’s health and safety, ADL has made the difficult decision to cancel the No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast (originally scheduled for Friday, May 1).  We appreciate your understanding in this

POSTPONED: ADL’s 39th Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program