Blog Archives

Join ADL for the 39th Annual Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program Featuring Holocaust Survivor and Hidden Child Renée Fink

For the 39th  year, ADL’s Mountain States Region will host its Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program, one of the largest such events in the United States. The event will take place at Temple Emanuel in Denver from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 23, 2020. Free registration: . Information: 303-830-2425.  This year’s ADL Governor’s Holocaust Remembrance Program features a keynote interview with Holocaust

Mountain States Spotlight with ADL Supporter Eric Elkins

Our February spotlight shines on Eric Elkins, a writer, self-proclaimed foodie, and second generation ADL champion.   How did you first become involved in ADL? How are you involved now? My mother and father were always champions for the ADL, but it probably wasn’t until my friend (ADL Regional Board Member) Ean Seeb started volunteering his time and leadership that

ADL Honors the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  ADL’s Mountain States Region marked the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 20 by participating in Denver’s annual MLK Day Marade and celebration. Co-sponsored by The Conflict Center, a gathering at ADL’s offices prior to the Marade was attended by close to 40 ADL Board members, Civil Rights Committee members and community partners who

ADL Honors Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) and Emma Shinn, Esq. at Civil Rights Awards Reception on February 12

On February 12, the Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region honored Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN) and Emma Shinn, Esq., Co-Founder and Past Executive Director of the Colorado Name Change Project, at its Civil Rights Awards Reception. About 200 community members, elected officials and other supporters joined the gathering held at Chambers Grant Salon at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.

ADL Leads Civil Rights Mission to the American South

This month, the ADL Mountain States Region was host to 44 participants that journeyed to the American South on a Civil Rights Mission to historical sites in Georgia and Alabama. Beginning in Atlanta and continuing on to Montgomery, Selma and Birmingham, the group visited several locations to learn more about slavery, the civil rights movement and current activism aimed at