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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

ADL’s No Place for Hate® – 2017-2018 Student Art Contest Winners Display their Artistry and Activism

ADL is proud to announce the winners of the No Place for Hate® Student Art Contest, a visual arts contest, open to the Mountain States Region’s 2017-2018 No Place for Hate schools. It was an opportunity for elementary, middle and high school students to submit original 2D artwork to convey his/her vision of a world without prejudice through art that

TEAM UP AGAINST BULLYING at ADL’s No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast with Keynote Speaker Rosalind Wiseman!

Be part of ADL’s Mountain States Region’s No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast in Denver on Friday April 13, 2018 from 8-10 a.m. as we recognize the students, educators, volunteers and donors that are committed to safe and inclusive school communities. Be inspired by our keynote speaker, Rosalind Wiseman, a noted author and internationally acclaimed expert whose books include the

Students Engage with ADL’s No Place for Hate Initiative at Murphy Creek P-8

  The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region’s No Place for Hate(R) Initiative is designed to rally an entire school around the goal of creating a welcoming community committed to stopping all forms of bias and bullying. This year, 59 schools in the region are participating. For the past eight years, Murphy Creek P-8 has operated as a No Place for Hate school, affirming the

ADL Welcomes Author/Illustrator Kathryn Otoshi to Denver

On Monday October 2nd, award-winning author and illustrator Kathryn Otoshi met with over 350 students from two No Place for Hate® partner schools: Palmer Elementary in Denver and Cottonwood Plains Elementary in Ft. Collins. She engaged students in discussing how to treat each other with respect and how to work together to create a climate where all students count, are included and