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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

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

Now More Than Ever, Celebrating and Continuing No Place for Hate®

The ADL Mountain States Region is incredibly proud of the 60 schools that were designated No Place for Hate for the 2019-2020 school year. Many educators and students worked hard to create safe and inclusive schools. While we have not been able to hold our planned No Place for Hate Celebration Breakfast, we have planned virtual celebrations over the next

Introducing ADL’s Fighting Hate From Home Coloring Book!

  Introducing the ADL Fighting Hate From Home Coloring Book! During this challenging time, we at the ADL Mountain States Region want to provide something fun for kids of all ages to get involved with our #FightingHateFromHome initiative. This week’s edition of #MountainStatesMoments is the new ADL Fighting Hate From Home Coloring Book! Click here for free coloring pages highlighting

No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast Applauds 56 Schools!

Over 350 attendees celebrated 56 schools receiving their No Place for Hate® designations at ADL’s No Place for Hate Celebration Breakfast on April 12, 2019.  This year’s breakfast was held at the Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities, which was a wonderful backdrop for attendees to consider the role they play in their own communities, as an ally, a