Press Releases

Anti-Defamation League Concerned About “4th Reich” Facebook Page; Commends School District and Law Enforcement for Investigating and Responding

  Denver, CO, October 13, 2016 … The Anti-Defamation League, responding to reports of a student-run online Facebook chat group calling itself the “4th Reich’s Official Group Chat,” expressed concern about  the group’s existence and its discussions which included members talking about “killing all Jews and “n******.” According to the Boulder Daily Camera, group members posted images of guns, referenced “the


Residents of the Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood in southeast Denver woke up on April 26th to see that their neighborhood had been blanketed with anti-Semitic, racist and other offensive graffiti overnight. According to police reports, more than 30 vehicles, as well as at least one home, neighborhood streets and additional property, were vandalized. Upon learning of the incident, the Anti-Defamation

ADL Opposes Religious Exemption Bill in Colorado Legislature

Denver, CO, March 1, 2016…The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) opposes a bill before the Colorado General Assembly that would allow business owners and individuals to claim that their religious beliefs permit them to refuse to follow laws that they do not like, including critical non-discrimination laws. The bill, House Bill 1180, will be heard before the House State, Veterans and Military

ADL Youth Leadership Mission Gives Students Tools to Confront Bigotry, Hate and Bias at Home

Denver, CO, November 19, 2015 … A diverse group of students from across the country, including ten competitively selected Gerald M. Quiat Delegates from Colorado, have just returned from a significant experience in applying lessons learned from the Holocaust to their own lives in order to lead the fight against bigotry and hate in their respective communities at the Anti-Defamation