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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

ADL Mountain States Spotlight with A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Facilitator Victoria Miller

This month our Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Spotlight focuses on long-time A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Facilitator Victoria Miller. Read more below about Victoria’s fascinating personal background and her passion for anti-bias education, her own students and the mission of the Anti-Defamation League.   How did you first become involved in ADL? How are you involved now? Interestingly enough, I

JOIN US and make your school No Place for Hate®!

  Are you ready for school? ADL’s No Place for Hate® Initiative had a stellar 2014-2015 school year and we are prepared for more success with our partner schools in 2015-2016. Students and staff from Durango to Fort Collins worked diligently in their year-long No Place for Hate® Campaigns creating school climates of respect and inclusion for over 50,000 students

ADL Webinar Series: Building Respectful School Climates

  As part of the Anti-Defamation League’s ongoing efforts to provide current, relevant and quality educational resources, ADL is pleased to offer a free webinar series: “Building Respectful School Climates.” Educators, parents and members of the community can learn practical strategies and tips for addressing bias and bullying and creating a positive school climate from the leading provider of anti-bias

ADL’s No Place for Hate® Imagine A World Without Hate Student Art Contest

  ADL is proud to announce the winners of the No Place for Hate® Imagine A World Without Hate Student Art Contest. Open to the 2013-2014 No Place for Hate schools, elementary, middle and high school students submitted original artwork to convey their vision of a world without prejudice.  Students were asked to create art that illustrated building bridges of