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Join ADL for the 38th Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program and Meet Survivor Gene Klein

ADL’s 38th annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program will take place this year on May 2 at Temple Emanuel in Denver at 6 pm.  The program will feature Holocaust Survivor Gene Klein in conversation with his daughter, author Dr. Jill Klein.  Gene’s experience is captured in Jill’s book We Got The Water that tells the story of Gene and his family

ADL Provides Security Training for Jewish Institutions Post-Pittsburgh

  The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region hosted a security seminar in partnership with JEWISHcolorado on December 5 to help Jewish institutions review safety and security procedures after the attack on Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. More than 50 representatives from 28 different Jewish institutions along Colorado’s Front Range participated in the training at BMH-BJ Synagogue in Denver. The

ADL Responds to Anti-Semitic Incidents in New Mexico

Our country is facing an alarming increase in hate and New Mexico has not escaped incidents of harassment, vandalism and assault against people based on their religion, race, sexual orientation and perceived immigration status. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) measures and reports on anti-Semitic incidents, which are a bellwether for hate against so many others. Fifteen anti-Semitic incidents in New Mexico

ADL Words to Action Reaches Record Number of Students in Mountain States Region

For a third year, the Mountain States Region of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) conducted an increased number of trainings for high school and college students in order to empower them to confront anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias on their campuses and in their own lives. Words to Action: Empowering Students to Address Anti-Semitism and Bias on Campus is an interactive education program

ADL’s Holocaust Memorial Candelabra

  Have you ever wondered about the unique candelabra lit each year at ADL’s Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program? Created by Colorado artist Barbara Patrick, the candelabra was chosen as the winner of a contest to create such a piece in the 1990s. It has been displayed at the Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program every year since. David Fell & Company, Inc. completed