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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

Back2School Campaign August 16-23!

It’s that time of year when students are heading back to school! This time of year reminds us of backpacks and books, pens and pencils, all the preparation for an exciting year ahead. But will students have the most important thing: a school that is respectful, safe and free from bullying?  Join ADL’s anti-bias, anti-bullying initiative, No Place for Hate®,

Do you have your students’ school supplies? Get started today by inviting your school to participate in the No Place for Hate® Initiative’s 9th year!

  Families, educators and students are buying school supplies, decorating classrooms, sharpening pencils and getting ready for a productive school year. The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region is also getting ready for a busy No Place for Hate® school year, including updating and creating new classroom materials, recruiting new schools and registering schools for the No Place for Hate® Initiative’s

Excellence, Celebration & Call to Action: ADL Recognizes No Place For Hate® Successes at Annual Breakfast

What do 45 schools, over 120 students, educators, administrators, family members, Anti-Defamation League volunteers, ADL board members and a prominent Civil Rights attorney have in common? All of them were not only in attendance on April 12, 2016 at ADL’s fifth annual No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast, but they also expressed their commitment, shared their expertise and celebrated their

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