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Holocaust Awareness Life by Stefan and Serge Goldberg

    The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is pleased to share with our community the following article by Stefan and Serge Goldberg, second generation Holocaust survivors and supporters of ADL’s Hidden Child Foundation. Keep reading for the Goldberg family’s remarkable story of survival and legacy for the future, the result of years of serious and significant research.   “Holocaust

2021-2022 No Place for Hate Excellence Awards

The No Place for Hate Excellence Awards were created for those schools that excel in helping to create a culture that is safe and welcoming for all. This may be based on a specific activity or a year-long culmination of activities that significantly impacted their school community. It may also be based on the commitment they have made to the

2020-2021 No Place for Hate Excellence Award Winners

The No Place for Hate Excellence Awards were created for schools that stood out because of a specific activity or a year-long culmination of activities that significantly impacted their school community – activities that were unique and went above and beyond common No Place for Hate efforts. In 2020-2021, ADL was thrilled to announce the following winners: Palmer Elementary School

WATCH: View all 7 videos in Antisemitism Uncovered series

With antisemitism at the highest levels seen in decades, ADL has created the powerful new Antisemitism Uncovered video series to help explain and combat the most prevalent antisemitic myths that have spread for centuries and still drive anti-Jewish hate today. New to the series is an alarming and insightful video about how anti-Zionism can fuel antisemitism. The entire series of

Gratitude on Yom HaShoah

Guest blog by Sue Parker Gerson, Senior Associate Director, ADL Mountain States Region   It may seem strange to entitle a blog post “Gratitude on Yom HaShoah” when we are anything but thankful for the horror that was the Holocaust, including the decimation of civil liberties that paved its way, the loss of 6 million Jewish and 5 million other