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Colorado Legislature Passes Holocaust Education, Police Reform Bills

  Despite a shorter than usual legislative session and one interrupted by the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Colorado General Assembly passed critical legislation to protect the civil rights of all Coloradans and to counter an increase of hate in the state. One of the session’s greatest accomplishments was the passage of a bill that requires Holocaust and genocide education in

Save the Date for ADL’s “If Not Now, When?” Virtual Fundraiser Honoring Former Regional Director Sheldon (Shelly) Steinhauser

Join the ADL Mountain States Region on Thursday, August 27, 2020 to participate in an exciting virtual fundraiser in honor of Sheldon (Shelly) Steinhauser, a community trailblazer who has devoted his life to championing diversity and civil rights for all. August will mark Shelly’s 90th birthday. Shelly is a true embodiment of ADL’s mission and values, having served as a

Leave a Legacy for ADL’s Next 100 Years

Legacy giving offers donors a way to protect the organizations and communities they love, while making a profound impact on future generations through a gift that will keep giving in perpetuity. Leaving a contribution to the Anti-Defamation League in your will is a wonderful way to help ensure its future for years to come without impacting your annual giving. These funds help sustain


This week, people all over the United States will recognize and embrace one of the oldest and greatest celebrations for African Americans – Juneteenth. On June 19, 1865, Union Major General Gordon Granger announced in Galveston Texas, the Civil War was over, and all previously enslaved people in Texas were free – effectively ending slavery. (This was two and a