Reported incidents in Colorado surge by 56 percent, according to ADL annual report   Denver, CO, May 12, 2020 …The American Jewish community experienced the highest level of antisemitic incidents last year since tracking began in 1979, with more than 2,100 acts of assault, vandalism and harassment reported across the United States, according to new data from ADL (the Anti-Defamation

Survey on Jewish Americans’ Experiences with Antisemitism

In the face of unprecedented attacks on the Jewish community, ADL conducted a survey of Jewish Americans to explore their experiences with antisemitism. We not only asked about people’s experiences — from online harassment to overhearing hateful slurs to being physically attacked — but we also explored the impact of these experiences. Read the report here.

Countering Hate with Research, Response and Kindness – ADL Experts Interviewed for 9News Series

ADL’s No Place for Hate Initiative was featured as part of a recent 9News series on white supremacy and extremism in Colorado that also included stories in which ADL experts were interviewed on tracking extremists and combating hate. ADL Mountain States Associate Education Director Dan Cohen, Senior Associate Director Jeremy Shaver and ADL investigative researcher Joanna Mendelsohn are all featured