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RTD Accused of Double Standard On ‘Issue’ Ads on Buses

  A breaking news report by Denver’s KVDR Fox 31 News accuses Colorado’s RTD (Regional Transportation District) of applying a double standard when deciding which ads to accept, reject or edit. Discussing recent anti-Israel ads that have appeared on RTD buses, Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin explains: “There is no credible evidence that Israel has been

Levin: It’s time for Wyoming to enact hate crime laws

In a Guest Column published in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin writes:   The savage attack on parishioners at Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina reminds us that South Carolina, like Wyoming, is one of only five states that cannot legally recognize such acts for what they are: vicious hate crimes.    

ADL Speaks Out

  Recently, the Anti-Defamation League spoke out against offensive, inappropriate and misleading allegations in two area publications. ADL condemned racist language that appeared in an August 4, 2014 Letter to the Editor in the Vail Daily. “Peter Bergh’s ugly and racist characterization of Muslims, using tired and hateful stereotypes, detracts from his greater point that the actions of terrorists and

ADL’s Mountain States Regional Office Hires Jeremy Shaver as its New Assistant Regional Director; Shayna Alexander Becomes Northern New Jersey Community Director

  Denver, CO, June 18, 2014 … The Mountain States Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League is pleased to announce that Jeremy Shaver has been hired as its new Assistant Regional Director and wishes its former Associate Director Shayna Alexander tremendous success as she assumes the role of Community Director in ADL’s Northern New Jersey Office.   “Jeremy brings a

Mountain States ADL Proud to Publicly Supporting Marriage Equality for All Colorado Families

  Why Marriage Matters Colorado, the broad coalition working to remove discrimination from Colorado’s constitution and secure the freedom to marry for all committed couples, announced this past weekend that several key civil rights and community leaders publicly support marriage equality for all Colorado families. The list of leaders announcing their support for the freedom to marry includes Mountain States