ADL Expresses Deep Disappointment in North Carolina General Assembly for Failure to Repeal HB2

  Washington D.C., July 6, 2016…The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) expressed deep disappointment in the North Carolina General Assembly for adjourning last week without repealing the state’s discriminatory HB2 law.  By addressing only one portion of HB2 last week, the General Assembly let stand the core of this discriminatory law, which targets transgender people by revoking
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ADL Praises order by Federal Court in Virginia to Protect Transgender Rights

Washington, D.C., June 28 , 2016 …The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) praised last week’s order by a federal court in Norfolk, Virginia ordering the Gloucester County School Board to allow a transgender student to use the school restrooms in accordance with his gender identity.  The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals had previously affirmed that Title IX protects
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ADL Opposes Reauthorization of D.C. School Voucher Program

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) signed a  June 22nd National Coalition for Public Education letter to Congress opposing reauthorization of the D.C. School Voucher Program in the 2017 Financial Services Appropriations Bill.   The letter asserts that the voucher program does not improve academic performance or provide students with high quality selection of schools, as its supporters
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Charleston Anniversary: We Mourn, We Act

One year ago, on June 17, 2015, a white suprema­cist mur­dered nine parish­ioners at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.   It’s ter­ri­ble – and unfair – that the quiet space in time we should have had to reflect and prop­erly mourn these mur­ders tar­get­ing African-Americans has been lit­er­ally blown apart by another tragedy – even
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2016 ADL Shana Amy Glass National Leadership Summit

Join hundreds of ADL leaders and activists in Washington, DC, to explore the issues and ideas that shape both ADL’s advocacy agenda as well as the national policy conversation in 2016. The Leadership Summit is an opportunity for you to engage with the country’s leading policy experts and thought leaders and meet activists from around
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21st Annual ADL In Concert Against Hate

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2015 Kay Family Award Dinner – 5:30 PM Concert Against Hate – 8:30 PM featuring The National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Emil de Cou at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Concert Patron Chairs Karen and Bruce Levenson About the Concert: Now in its 21st year, ADL In Concert Against
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