ADL Calls for Respect in Campaigns

The Anti-Defamation League today called on all candidates for local and state offices and their supporters to keep hateful, offensive messaging out of political campaigns. “Appealing to voters along religious or racial lines, highlighting a candidate’s sexual orientation, or employing stereotypes to describe candidates, is divisive and contrary to the American ideal of encouraging all people to be included in

ADL Declares 10th Circuit Decision a Serious Setback for Religious Liberty in Colorado

Calling today’s decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in Colorado Christian University v Baker “a serious setback for religious liberty in Colorado” Bruce DeBoskey, Regional Director of the Mountain States Office of the Anti-Defamation League, said: The 10th circuit is mistaken to use the word “discrimination” to describe Colorado’s reasonable efforts to keep taxpayer

Amendment 46 Infringes on Rights

Originally published: Daily Camera Jessica Peck Corry suggests to the Camera’s readers that supporting The Colorado Civil Rights Initiative – Amendment 46 would achieve the laudable goal of ending discrimination and ensuring equal access to public employment, public education and small business opportunities for all Coloradans (Guest Opinion, July 17). Based on a thorough review of the facts, The Anti-Defamation

ADL Applauds Signing of Senate Bill 200 Extending Anti-Discrimination Laws to Include Sexual Orientation

The Mountain States Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League applauded Governor Bill Ritter Jr.’s signing of Senate Bill 200 today, extending Colorado’s anti-discrimination laws to include sexual orientation. “The Anti-Defamation League applauds the Colorado General Assembly for enacting and Governor Ritter for signing Senate Bill 200, which will outlaw discrimination in Colorado based on sexual orientation in housing and public

Anti-Defamation League Condemns Alleged Use of Noose to Taunt African American Frontier Airlines Employee

The Mountain States Region of the Anti-Defamation League today expressed concern over allegations that an African American Frontier Airlines employee was subjected to racial harassment and taunted with a noose by a fellow employee. “Nooses symbolize a shameful, hateful, criminal era in American history, and should never be tolerated or treated casually,” said Bruce H. DeBoskey, ADL Regional Director. “We