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ADL supports bills advancing Holocaust and genocide education, fair treatment

  This Spring, the ADL Mountain States Region has actively supported bills that enhance anti-discrimination laws in Colorado, opposed bills that sought to curtail Coloradans’ civil rights and is working to introduce Holocaust and Genocide studies in public schools throughout the state.  ADL has worked with an extensive network of coalition partners, including the Jewish Community Relations Council, to introduce House


Antisemitism Uncovered: A Guide to Old Myths in a New Era is a comprehensive resource with historical context, fact-based descriptions of prevalent antisemitic myths, contemporary examples and calls-to-action for addressing this hate. The report explores the history of antisemitism in order to understand its roots and how it has been linked with wider narratives and power structures and, thus, to

ADL Leads Civil Rights Mission to the American South

In February, the ADL Mountain States Region was host to 44 board members and supporters that journeyed to the American South on a Civil Rights Mission to historical sites in Georgia and Alabama. Beginning in Atlanta and continuing on to Montgomery, Selma and Birmingham, the group visited several locations to learn more about slavery, the civil rights movement and current activism aimed at supporting the African American

Read the Spring 2020 Dateline Newsletter!

ADL’s 2020 Spring Dateline is at the printer’s and will be coming to your mailbox soon, but you can get a sneak peek right now! Click here to read our region’s semi-annual newsletter and learn about the important work and programs that continue even as ADL is operating remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak.  Stay safe and healthy! If you have

ADL Spring 2020 Events Postponed

ADL SPRING EVENTS 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 postpone the 39th Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program (originally scheduled for Thursday, April 23) and to cancel the No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast (originally scheduled for