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ADL Provides Workshops for 700 Incoming Colorado College Students

ADL is partnering with Colorado College in Colorado Springs on a campus-wide effort to address diversity with anti-bias education. In August, ADL conducted workshops for 700 students during New Student Orientation, which included the entire freshman class, transfer students and international students. This new effort expands an existing partnership with Colorado College’s School of Education as well as Residence Life.

ADL Opposes Colorado Amendments 46 and 48

ADL urges Colorado voters to vote NO on Amendment 46 and 48, two proposed Constitutional Amendments that are scheduled to be on the ballot in November. Amendment 46 (pdf), misleadingly entitled the “Colorado Civil Rights Initiative,” is an effort by a group of out-of-state activists led by Ward Connerly to amend Colorado’s Constitution to ban any form of affirmative action

ADL Installs Karen Steinhauser as Board Chair, 12 New Board Members

The Mountain States Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) installed Karen Steinhauser as Regional Board Chair at its Annual Community Meeting. Twelve new Board members were elected to serve two-year terms on the Regional Board, while 19 current Board members were re-elected to serve. Four Board members achieved Emeritus Status and 19 Board members will continue to serve with

ADL Honors John Robert Holland, Cleo Parker Robinson with 2008 Civil Rights Awards – Judge Phillip S. Figa Receives ADL’s Distinguished Community Service Award Posthumously

More than 350 honored local attorney John Robert Holland, local cultural icon Cleo Parker Robinson, and the memory of the late Judge Phillip S. Figa at ADL’s 2008 Civil Rights Award Luncheon. For more than 30 years, Holland has given a voice to those marginalized in our society. He has: forced the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to