NEWS

ADL IN HISTORY – NYTimes, 1965: Southerners and Others in U.S. Protest Selma Police Methods

The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith sent telegrams to President Johnson, Mr. Katzenbach and Leroy Collins, director of the Community Relations Service of the Department of Commerce, asking that “Federal power” be invoked in Selma. ”The shocking spectacle of helmeted and gas-masked troopers attacking defenseless Negro American citizens gathered for a peaceable demonstration is a blot on our country’s record,” the telegrams said….
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STUDENT LEADERS FROM PHILADELPHA REGION VISIT ISRAEL ON ADL CAMPUS LEADERSHIP MISSION

Philadelphia, PA, January 12, 2015 … A group of campus leaders from 16 universities across the United States, including 2 students from the University of Pennsylvania, traveled to Israel on an Anti-Defamation League (ADL) mission, giving college students an up-close look at the complex issues within Israel and the Middle East….
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ADL Sends Recommendations to Task Force on 21st Century Policing

Following two grand jury decisions – in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York – not to indict police officers who were involved in the killing of unarmed black men – and the ensuing public protests – President Obama signed an Executive Order establishing a Task Force on 21st Century Policing. The Task Force, chaired…
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ADL Reacts to the State of the Union

As President Obama delivered his State of the Union Address on January 20, 2015, ADL Philadelphia was there live-tweeting the event. Follow us @ADLPhiladelphia. ADL connected Followers with commentary, information and resources: #POTUS: "Our high school graduation rate has hit an all-time high." #ADL knows the importance of school environment. http://t.co/qdeRR9qlrQ — ADL Philadelphia (@ADLPhiladelphia)…
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