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ADL Celebrates its 70th Anniversary in the Mountain States Region

More than 200 community members gathered to commemorate the Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region’s 70th Anniversary Tuesday, June 14th at Mile High Station. The evening was filled with live music provided by the Denver Jazz Band Youth All-Stars and conversation amongst ADL’s closest friends. Denver City Mayor Elect, Michael Hancock, made a special appearance and addressed the crowed pledging his

Mixed Results on ADL-Supported Legislation

ADL applauds the progress of several bills in the Colorado legislature that will provide fairness and equal protection to all Coloradans.  To date, the following bills have passed out of one house of the General Assembly, and are awaiting hearing in the second house: Senate Bill 72, which would expand the remedies available to victims of employment discrimination to include

ADL Offers Resources to Counter Misinformation on “Israeli Apartheid Month”

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has experts and resources available on Israeli Apartheid Month, an anti-Israel campaign scheduled to take place at a series of events in Denver and Boulder from March 6 to March 25, 2011. Israeli Apartheid Month events feature extreme anti-Israel rhetoric, including accusations that Israel is a racist “apartheid state,” calls for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)

ADL Featured in Colorado Bullying Prevention Video, Trainings

ADL was one of only two independent organizations invited to participate in Colorado’s Bullying Prevention Institutes, hosted by the Colorado Department of Education, the Colorado Safe Schools Resource Center, and the Colorado Legacy Foundation.   The first three Institutes were held in Montrose, Pueblo and Aurora, attracting hundreds of educators. Each Institute included a video featuring ADL Mountain States Regional Director