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Spend Your Summer Learning with ADL!

Education Resources ADL’s extensive collection of K-12 education resources promotes critical thinking and learning around historical and current event topics through the lens of diversity, bias and social justice. With summer in full swing, we are featuring timely resources to keep current on anti-bias education, summer reading materials and information about our online summit on challenging anti-immigrant bias, including webinars for

ADL leaders meet with members of Congress 

        Volunteer leaders from the ADL Mountain States Region met with federal lawmakers and staff to discuss ADL’s priorities.  In each meeting, important policy issues were discussed:  combating domestic terrorism and hate crimes; protecting voting rights, including ensuring access to the ballot; enhancing the safety and security of houses of worship; passing immigration reform; and more. ADL

Words to Action empowers students to respond to antisemitism and hate – even online!

  With antisemitism and anti-Israel bias continuing to be recorded at their highest levels in decades, ADL is responding by equipping students with constructive and effective tools to stand up to these challenges in high schools, on college campuses, and more with its signature Words to Action program. Thanks to generous grants from Rose Community Foundation and 100+ Jews Who

Susan Brody Named Chair Elect of ADL’s Mountain States Regional Board; 13 New Board Members Installed at Annual Meeting on June 15

  Susan Brody was named Regional Board Chair Elect at ADL’s annual meeting on June 15.  She will succeed Elisa Moran following the completion of Moran’s two-year term in 2022. Ms. Brody has been a valued member of ADL’s Regional Board with a deep commitment to ADL for 16 years and has chaired nearly every committee of the ADL board.

Colorado, Wyoming legislatures tackle hate crimes

  The end of Colorado’s 2021 legislative session last week and the beginning of Wyoming’s interim legislative session this week elevated the urgency of addressing hate crimes in the region. In the final three weeks of the Colorado legislative session lawmakers introduced a bill to update two statutes related to bias-motivated crimes and harassment in Colorado. The legislation, Senate Bill