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Council Rock High School North is embracing its newest title as “No Place for Hate” and vowing to continue its work to promote respect and understanding in its hallways and classrooms.

Jeremy Bannett, assistant project director for the Anti-Defamation League of Philadelphia, honored the school in late October with its “No Place for Hate” designation, presenting the school with a banner for completing a year of anti-bias and anti-bullying educational programs….
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The Anti-Defamation League today criticized a proposed advertisement from an anti-Muslim group as “inflammatory and highly offensive,” but said it is also protected political speech under the First Amendment. ADL has played a leading role in exposing and combating anti-Muslim bigotry by: opposing so-called anti-Sharia laws around the country, producing reports on groups and individuals whose public campaigns have fueled this bigotry, and assisting Muslim communities denied permission to legally build or expand mosques in their neighborhoods….
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The Anti-Defamation League today condemned the attack of a Newark-area man targeted because of his neurodevelopmental disorder by three Delaware teenagers, and called for long-term solutions to address bias and bullying in the community. The teens were initially charged with offensive touching, assault of a vulnerable adult and conspiracy in the third degree. They are now charged with a hate crime, crime against a vulnerable adult, abuse of an impaired adult and other related offenses….
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The Anti-Defamation League Philadelphia Regional Office today expressed horror and outrage at the violent gang assault on a gay couple in Philadelphia, which authorities have described as a hate crime. The Philadelphia Police department has released video footage of the suspects. Members of the community are encouraged to call 911 with any information or tips in identifying the individuals in the video….
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