ADL Fat Banner June 19, 2014

PRESS RELEASE – The Anti-Defamation League today welcomed the arrest of an 89-year-old Philadelphia man identified by federal authorities as former Nazi SS guard at two concentration camps during World War II. Johann Breyer was charged with 158 counts of complicity in the commission of murder, representing prisoners brought to the camp on a train from Hungary, Germany and Czechoslovakia who were killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau between May and October 1944….
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ADL Fat Banner June 11, 2014

PRESS RELEASE – The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has launched a major new online database of extremist and racist symbols and tattoos. ADL’s Hate on Display features 175 hate symbols identified as the potential “calling cards” of extremists, racists and haters and is the most comprehensive online resource available devoted to symbols and iconography employed by domestic extremists in the United States….
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A banner for featured stories about No Place for Hate news and events May 28, 2014

READING, Pa. – Two schools in Reading are telling hate to take a hike. Students at Amanda Stout Elementary and Marion Elementary celebrated Tuesday after being designated “No Place for Hate” schools. Each school received the designation after forming a committee, adopting a resolution to create a more inclusive school and implementing programs to promote respect for each other. More than 200 schools across Pennsylvania and New Jersey participate in the “No Place for Hate” program….
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ADL's Global100 Survey on Anti-Semitism worldwide May 23, 2014

A quarter of the world holds anti-Semitic views, according to a new global survey from the Anti-Defamation League. How does the ADL measure anti-Semitism? What percentage of the global population thinks that the Holocaust is a hoax? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer….
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ADL Fat Banner May 20, 2014

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) welcomed today’s court decision overturning Pennsylvania’s Defense of Marriage Act calling it, “A major step forward in the quest for equal rights for all.” A federal judge held that the ban unconstitutionally denies Pennsylvania’s same-sex couples the fundamental freedom to marry. The order directs the commonwealth to allow same-sex couples to marry and to recognize valid out-of-state marriages. …
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