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ADL Youth Summit Tackles “Cyberbullying: Bullying in the Digital Age”

Over 100 students and educators attended ADL Mountain States Region’s first interactive summit to increase understanding and awareness about the growing problems of cyberbullying, bias-motivated behavior and online hate activities. With today’s increasing access to online technology, the Internet and other electronic media are a big part of most students’ lives. While there are many positive uses of electronic media,

ADL Names Scott Levin as Regional Director

The Anti-Defamation League announced today that Scott Levin has been named Mountain States Regional Director, beginning on December 1, 2010. “Scott has demonstrated a selfless dedication and passion for public service to both the Jewish and wider community,” said Stuart Pack, ADL Mountain States Regional Board Chair.  “He is a perfect choice to lead ADL.  I look forward to working

Boulder ADL Testifies on Immigration Reform

On September 20th, Fred Toback, Chair of the ADL Boulder Steering Committee, testified before the Boulder Human Relations Committee on behalf of ADL’s Boulder Office.  Here is the full text of the testimony: I’m Fred Toback, the Chair of the Anti-Defamation League’s Boulder Steering Committee. ADL is pleased to participate in this important meeting tonight, and we recognize and thank

ADL Opposes Colorado Amendment 62

The Mountain States Region of the Anti-Defamation League has joined a broad coalition of organizations to oppose Amendment 62, the so-called “Personhood Amendment,” which would define a fertilized human egg as a person. Amendment 62 is sponsored by Personhood Colorado, the same group that put Amendment 48 on the ballot in 2008.  ADL opposed the 2008 amendment as well; that

ADL Arms Region with Security Information for Jewish High Holy Days

In advance of the Jewish High Holy Days, the Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States regional office issued a Security Advisory to over 200 Jewish institutions in Colorado and Wyoming, advising them to review their security policies, procedures, and training and to renew their relationships with local law enforcement. ADL also shared several resources with the community, including its security manual, Protecting