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What’s new in ADL EDU?

ADL’s April Education resources for educators, students, and parents feature content for teaching and learning about the Holocaust, our new Book of the Month, and a new theme collection for Arab American Heritage Month. Check them out here! ADL’s April Book of the Month Red, White, and Whole, for ages 8-12, features a girl who feels torn between two worlds:

Join an ADL Webinar About the “Great Replacement Theory”: The Anti-Immigrant Movement Goes Mainstream

Registration is open for our next ADL Central Division Speaker Series Webinar: The “Great Replacement Theory”: The Anti-Immigrant Movement Goes Mainstream, being held on Tuesday, April 19 at 11:30 am MT. Register here. Once largely relegated to white supremacist rhetoric, the “Great Replacement” theory has made its way into mainstream consciousness in the past several years. This conspiracy theory is

Action Alert:  Contact Colorado lawmakers to fund security grant program

  The Colorado state budget is moving through the legislature and your action is needed today to support funding for a bill that would increase the security and safety of faith communities and non-profit organizations across the state. The Colorado House Appropriations Committee will soon consider House Bill 1077, the Colorado Nonprofit Security Grant Program. The bill creates a grant program

Finding Inspiration in 2022 Essay Winners

Finding inspiration has been so important these past two years. Because of a generous donor, ADL is grateful to keep offering educators and students the opportunity to search for inspiration through our 2022 student essay winners of ADL’s A Tribute to Moral Courage: Standing Up Against Injustice, in which students discovered personal connections, new perspectives from history and current events

Announcing the 2021 ADL Summer Associate Research Program Memo Competition Winners!

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Mountain States Region is pleased to announce the winners of its 2021 Summer Associate Research Program Memo Competition: Madeleine Considine, Austin Hartley and Marcia Levitan-Haffer, who were summer associates at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner; and Annie Liu and Steve Bruns, who were summer associates at Hogan Lovells. Both of the winning teams wrote memos addressing how