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We Should All Be Safe in Our Houses of Worship

A Letter from ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott Levin   Friends, We should all feel safe in our houses of worship. It doesn’t matter if you are in a Sikh Temple in Wisconsin, the Mother Emanuel Church in South Carolina or the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pennsylvania. On Thursday night, we learned about shootings at two mosques in

Racial tropes aren’t “loose talk”

On Sunday morning March 10, The Denver Post ran the editorial cartoon pictured here on the back page of the Perspective section of the newspaper. In response, ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott Levin submitted a letter to the editor of The Denver Post. In explaining why he felt the cartoon merited a response, Levin said: I thought this was wrong on

WHITE SUPREMACIST PROPAGANDA AND EVENTS SOAR IN 2018

Colorado ranked third in the U.S. with 72 literature drops, three white supremacist events Denver, CO, March 5, 2019 … White supremacists dramatically stepped up their propaganda efforts targeting neighborhoods and campuses in 2018, far exceeding any previous annual distribution count for the United States. Colorado ranked third in the U.S., behind California and Texas, for the highest number of

ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin Radio Interview on Hate and Its Challenges

  Recently, ADL Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin participated in a two-part radio interview that aired on Mile High Magazine, the community affairs segment of four of Denver’s most popular radio stations. Both Levin and Rev. Dr. Timothy Tyler, pastor of Denver’s Shorter AME Church, were interviewed for a program to commemorate the MLK holiday. With incidents of hate