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ADL Executive Vice Chair Doug Stanger represented the League at an Atlantic County memorial service for the one-year anniversary of the Charleston Shooting.  Read highlights from Mr. Stanger’s moving remarks below:   On this anniver­sary, after a week­end of bias-motivated may­hem, we should reded­i­cate our­selves to ensur­ing that we, as a nation, are doing all…
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June 15, 2016

ADL Philadelphia met with a delegation of esteemed visitors from Europe, and engaged in a unique conversation about the contributions and challenges faced by minority and immigrant groups in the United States. The meeting was facilitated by of Citizen Diplomacy International, an initiative of the US Department of State. Guests from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Netherlands,
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ADL Fat Banner June 14, 2016

In response to the recent horrific shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, ADL has offered support to local and national law enforcement, LGBT and Muslim organizations, and the wider community. ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt issued a statement decrying the attack, calling it “both an unconscionable hate crime and an act of terrorism.” Mr. Greenblatt expressed “full
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Greatness101Berny June 10, 2016

by Harlan Rosen, ADL Glass Leadership Institute Class of 2016 In a new initiative spearheaded by the Philadelphia chapter’s own Glass Leadership Institute and Next Generation Leadership, May served as the kickoff for the all new speaker series “Greatness 101: Fireside Chats Between Generations of ADL Leaders.” Their inaugural guest was Berny Brownstein, a long-time…
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May 26, 2016

Italian Consul General Andrea Canepari welcomed ADL staff and lay leaders in his Philadelphia office on May 19, 2016.  ADL discussed its many contacts with Italy through the years and praised the government for expelling David Duke, a well-known racist and anti-Semite.  ADL also shared information from the Global 100 survey and update., and a
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