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Words to Action Longitudinal Study Shows Program Empowers Students to Stand Up to Antisemitism

With antisemitism and anti-Israel bias at their highest levels in recent memory, ADL is responding by equipping students with constructive and effective tools to stand up to these challenges in high schools, on college campuses, at summer camps and more with its signature Words to Action program. Thanks to a generous grant from Rose Community Foundation and additional support from

ADL Mountain States and New Mexico Holocaust Museum Announce New Partnership

  Current research shows that understanding and knowledge about the Holocaust continues to fall while antisemitic and hate incidents continue to rise. In response, the ADL Mountain States Region and the New Mexico Holocaust Museum are excited to announce a new partnership intended to broaden the educational reach of both institutions to students and families in New Mexico. The New

Leave a lasting legacy and impact future generations

ADL is excited to continue its partnership with Rose Community Foundation and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation to participate in the Life & Legacy: Insuring Jewish Futures program. We are gratified that our list of legacy donors grows longer each month, as more and more ADL campaign donors and supporters see fit to ensuring a strong ADL for the generations to

ADL Mountain States Region 2020 Impact

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, or perhaps because of it, 2020 was has been of ADL’s busiest years yet. From responding to hate incidents and discrimination complaints across our three-state region to building coalitions to  conducting anti-bias trainings for a record number of students and more, learn how your ADL mountain states team is working tirelessly every day to fight antisemitism

ADL Joins in Friend of the Court Briefs Related to COVID-19 Restrictions

ADL has joined with Americans United for Separation of Church and State and other organizations in three amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs filed in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. These briefs defend against challenges by religious organizations to restrictions imposed by the Governors of Colorado and New Mexico designed to protect people from COVID-19. Governors in these states have