Jacqueline Murekatete at PW

BY CARLY W. BLUMENTHAL, PWHS CLASS OF 2016 On April 11, the Plymouth Whitemarsh High School (PWHS) community was honored to host Jacqueline Murekatete, a survivor of the Rwandan genocide, as she spoke at two school-wide assemblies. Thanks to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Jacqueline was able to bring the story of her experiences to the…
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South Jersey Law Enforcement Appreciation Breakfast April 5, 2016

ADL believes that we cannot accomplish our mission of “securing justice and fair treatment to all” without the vital work of law enforcement. Law enforcement officers stand on the front lines in the fight against hate, challenging the worst forms of bigotry facing our citizens – hate crime, extremism and terrorism. Their daily valor and sacrifice is essential…
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ADL Presents to Mexican Consulate on Anti-Immigrant Movement and Hate Crime April 1, 2016

On Monday, two National ADL staff members visited the Philadelphia region for a series of special presentations and meetings with ADL’s partners in the Hispanic community. Sonia Spar, ADL’s Coordinator of Latino Affairs, and Marilyn Mayo, Research Fellow in ADL’s Center on Extremism, collaborated to develop ¡Basta de expresiones y crímenes de odio!: El movimiento…
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2016 YMCA designation banner March 30, 2016

The Anti-Defamation League designated all 17 branches of the Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA as No Place for Hate®, honoring their participation in anti-bias and anti-bullying projects throughout 2015. The YMCA’s participation in No Place for Hate began in 2011, growing from 2 branches — Abington and Christian Street — to all 17 in the region. The…
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