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Make a Plan to Vote Today!

  Voting Rights and the 2020 Election Democracy depends on ensuring that every voter has an equal and fair opportunity to cast a ballot, free from restrictions that have a discriminatory impact. There is, perhaps, no more fundamental right in a democracy than the vote. We want you to have all the information you need to vote. Whether you live

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

In Solidarity Against Racism

  For over 100 years, it has been the mission of ADL to not only stop antisemitism, but also to secure justice and fair treatment to all people. This foundational obligation is found in Deuteronomy, which provides, “Justice, justice shall you pursue.” Following the brutal murder of George Floyd, our pursuit of justice requires us to raise our voice and

Mountain States Spotlight with Wendy Miller: How far have we really come in sixty-five years?

  This month’s Mountain States Spotlight takes the form of a guest blog post written by ADL Civil Rights Mission participant and ADL supporter Wendy Miller.  In February, Miller traveled to Georgia and Alabama with 44 other participants in the ADL Mountain States Region’s Civil Rights Mission. Following is an excerpt from her blog from the trip.   How far