NEWS

Riverside Press Enterprises Features ADL Holocaust Education

See: Riverside Catholic teachers mix tolerance with holocaust history
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ADL Honors Alan Wiener at the 33rd Annual ADL/El Caballero Golf Tournament & Awards Dinner

The Anti-Defamation League will partner with El Caballero Country Club for the 33rd Annual ADL/El Caballero Golf Tournament & Awards Dinner on Wednesday, September 14.  At the dinner, ADL will honor Alan Wiener with the Sam Saltsman Award and Providence Tarzana Medical Center with the Corporate Community Service Award. We are pleased to celebrate these
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BLOG POSTS

ADL Meets New Consul General of Japan

ADL Regional Director Amanda Susskind met the new Consul General of Japan, Akira Chiba, at a welcome reception at his official residence on August 25.  
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Event in L.A. Features Who’s Who of Anti-Muslim Movement in U.S.

The American Freedom Alliance (AFA) held a conference on  “Islam and Western Civilization: Can they Co-exist?”  in Los Ange­les on August 21.   The AFA claims to be “a non-political, non-partisan movement which promotes, defends and upholds Western values and ideals,” and specializes in  promulgating an Islamophobic world view.  The conference included the who’s who of
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EVENTS

Session One 2016-17 Holocaust Education Institute

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Registration is now open for ADL’s 2016-17 Los Angeles Holocaust Education Institute for teachers. All sessions feature $50 stipends for participating teachers. Spanning most of the school year, the Institute will bring together museum-based resources, curricula, pedagogical expertise, and dynamic presenters through three full-day sessions. The Holocaust Education Institute brings together the finest
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The Bias-Free Foundations Conference

Join Us! Participate in anti-bias training, acquire skills and receive tools designed to develop children’s capacity to succeed in our diverse world. The Bias-Free Foundations Conference will equip you with the skills and resources to create bias–free, respectful and inclusive early child education environments where our next generation can thrive and learn to affirm each
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