Hate Crime Banner July 20, 2016






The Anti-Defamation League has been in touch with the victims, whose identity remains private. “Any time there is a swastika or symbol of hatred, it’s extraordinarily upsetting,” said ADL Regional Director Nancy Baron-Baer. “Our goal is to reduce hatred and when you see something like this in communities, it’s just further evidence of what we all need to be do together and the importance of the ADL.”…
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ADL Fat Banner July 18, 2016






New York, NY, July 18, 2016… The Anti-Defamation League welcomed a settlement announced last week which would ensure that low-income citizens of New Jersey are provided voter registration services through public assistance agencies, as required by the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA). The settlement follows allegations that the New Jersey Department of Human Services had not been offering voter registration to public assistance clients on SNAP, TANF, and Medicaid, in violation of Section 7 of the NVRA.
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ADL Fat Banner July 13, 2016






he ADL immediately recognized it as an anti-Semitic image, and there was this trifecta of symbols — the Jewish star, next to a political leader, on a pile of money — referencing age-old stereotypes of Jews and money and Jews and government control,” said ADL assistant regional director Jeremy Bannett. “This adds to what we’ve been feeling for months, which is we’ve been troubled by the Trump campaign for what we see as a mainstreaming of bigotry.”
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ADL_06-07-16 June 23, 2016






The Anti-Defamation League recently hosted law students from a number of Philadelphia law firms including Ballard Spahr LLP, Blank Rome LLP, Cozen O’Connor, Dechert LLP, Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP and Fox Rothschild LLP at its Summer Associate Research Program Opening Breakfast.  Dechert LLP graciously hosted the breakfast.  Students heard from Robert Heim, Mark Aronchick,
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Posted: Wednesday, June 22, 2016 The Anti-Defamation League released its annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents, which saw a slight decrease in cases reported across Pennsylvania. Of the 43 reported incidents in Pennsylvania, the audit identified 29 cases of harassment, 12 cases of vandalism and two assaults, according to a press release. The incidents include “throwing
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