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ADL and Hillel International Join Forces to Address Antisemitism on Campus

  ADL has joined forces with Hillel International to work collaboratively to proactively address the disturbing rise in antisemitic activity on campus through new educational programs and assessments of the climate on campus for Jewish students. Says Daniel Bennett, Hillel of Colorado Executive Director, “Our Colorado Hillels have historically enjoyed an important and successful partnership with the ADL Mountain States

Union for Reform Judaism and ADL Launch Critical Partnership to Combat Antisemitism and Hate

Amid an alarming rise in antisemitic rhetoric and violence, the Union for Reform Judaism and ADL are joining together in a multifaceted partnership to provide congregations with the tools needed to address antisemitism in their communities. The newly launched partnership will link the expertise of ADL and the resources of the URJ to better equip the Jewish community to respond

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

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

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