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Stuart Pack to Take Gavel as ADL Board Chair

Stuart Pack will be installed as Board Chair of the Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Region at ADL’s Annual Community Meeting on June 10, 2010, taking the gavel from Karen Steinhauser who is ending her two-year term. Pack has been a member of ADL’s Mountain States Regional Board of Directors for 20 years. He is a recipient of the Fred Silverberg

ADL Empowers Denver/Boulder Community in the Face of Westboro Baptist Church Hateful Picketing

Westboro Baptist Church (WBC), a virulently anti-Semitic and homophobic hate group, tried to gain publicity and bring its message of hate to Boulder and Denver on April 22 – 24, 2010, picketing at several synagogues, Jewish organizations, public schools, churches and events.  The targeted institutions were prepared for the protests and reacted in positive ways, because ADL alerted them weeks

Levin and Trueblood Families to Receive ADL’s 2010 Torch of Liberty Awards

The Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Regional Office will present its 2010 Torch of Liberty Awards to the families of Maxine Levin passing the torch to her children Scott and Laure Levin and grandchildren Rachel, Rebecca and Reid Levin, and Harry and Lucile Trueblood passing the torch to their children John Trueblood and Katherine Trueblood Astin and grandchildren Erin Trueblood Astin

“The Superhighway of Hate”

Date: March 15, 2010 Mountain States Regional Director Bruce H. DeBoskey spoke out about the “Superhighway of Hate” in an interview with Denver’s 9News about the role of the Internet in recruiting and linking people with extremist leanings. “What we’re seeing is that the Internet is allowing people with previously extremist kind of ideologies to find other people located around the world who

ADL Honors Guerrero, Harding with Civil Rights Awards

On February 18, ADL presented its 2010 Civil Rights Awards to Artie Guerrero and Vincent Harding, at a reception attended by over 200 people.  Governor Bill Ritter, Jr., last year’s Civil Rights Award recipient, spoke at the event. Guerrero is an activist for people with disabilities, who has worked tirelessly to insure accessibility, acceptance and opportunities for people in wheelchairs.