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ADL Honors the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

  ADL’s Mountain States Region marked the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on January 21 by participating in Denver’s annual MLK Day Marade and celebration. Co-sponsored by The Conflict Center, a gathering at ADL’s offices prior to the Marade was attended by close to 40 ADL Board members, Civil Rights Committee members and community partners who

ADL hosts preview of 2019 Colorado Legislative Session

The Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Region hosted a preview of the 2019 Colorado legislative session on Dec. 17. Participants learned about the legislative priorities of the Colorado General Assembly, heard in-depth analysis about an upcoming bill that will protect and enhance women’s reproductive rights, and received tips on how to be effective citizen advocates. Guest speakers at the preview session

Engage and Learn more about December’s Dilemma 

In advance of the upcoming December holidays, ADL’s Mountain States Regional Office is reaching out to superintendents of public school districts throughout Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico with reference guides on how best to handle the upcoming “December Dilemma,” when many different religious holidays are observed, and it can be difficult for public schools to know the best way to

ADL Brings Together Young Leaders and Recent Immigrants to Discuss Refugee Issues

An ADL NextGen 360 event in June brought together several dozen young leaders to discuss immigration and refugee issues. The leaders heard from a panel of experts that included two recent immigrants, a master educator who teaches English language learners and other educators that work with immigrants living in our community. The panel was moderated by ADL Senior Associate Regional