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ADL Mountain States and New Mexico Holocaust Museum Announce New Partnership

  Current research shows that understanding and knowledge about the Holocaust continues to fall while antisemitic and hate incidents continue to rise. In response, the ADL Mountain States Region and the New Mexico Holocaust Museum are excited to announce a new partnership intended to broaden the educational reach of both institutions to students and families in New Mexico. The New

ADL Mountain States Region 2020 Impact

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, or perhaps because of it, 2020 was has been of ADL’s busiest years yet. From responding to hate incidents and discrimination complaints across our three-state region to building coalitions to  conducting anti-bias trainings for a record number of students and more, learn how your ADL mountain states team is working tirelessly every day to fight antisemitism

The December Dilemma: December Holiday Guidelines for Public Schools and Public Spaces

As the December holidays approach, school administrators and teachers face the challenge of planning holiday programs and activities within and outside the classroom that demonstrate a respect for students of all faiths and religious beliefs.  Civic officials similarly may face difficult questions about the placement of religious displays on public property. While acknowledging the December holiday season, it’s important to

Hate Crime Reports Surge Across Mountain States Region in 2019

    The number of reported hate crimes spiked in Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming in 2019, according to the FBI’s annual hate crime report released on Monday. In Colorado, the number of reported incidents increased by 74 percent between 2018 and 2019. In New Mexico, the increase was 79 percent. After zero incidents were reported in Wyoming in 2018,