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ADL Mountain States’ No Place for Hate® Movement is Empowering Students and Engaging Educators!

Learn more about No Place For Hate and Free Educational Resources for Teachers and Families ADL’s No Place For Hate initiative is once again taking hold in our region! Although the 2020-2021 school year looks quite different, we are thrilled that 65+ schools have already registered for No Place for Hate, with 24 brand-new schools from Delta County, Conifer, Castle

Encouraging Results from National Holocaust Education Survey

  A new national survey shows that Holocaust education in high school reflects gains not only in historical knowledge but also manifests in cultivating more empathetic, tolerant, and engaged students. The results also indicate that exposure to Holocaust survivor testimony is strongly associated with numerous positive outcomes in early adulthood including higher critical thinking skills and a greater sense of

ADL’s No Place for Hate Program Impacts Communities Across the US

The ADL Mountain States Region is so proud of the regional schools that are included in this exciting and informative new video about the impact that ADL’s No Place for Hate program has on schools, educators and students across the US. Keep your eyes open for additional regional impact stories coming next week! No Place for Hate registration for the

Free Webinar! Teaching the Holocaust in a Mandated State: Focus on Colorado

Join us on Wednesday, September 16 from 7-8 PM Mountain Time online! In 2020, the state of Colorado passed a bill requiring the incorporation of Holocaust and Genocide studies into an existing course that is currently a high school graduation requirement in public schools. What does this mean for Colorado educators? Join this professional learning opportunity, hosted by the Colorado Holocaust Educators,

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