KPCC Airs Audit Story

See: Anti-Semitic incidents on the rise nationally, down in CA, report finds
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LA Times Reports on ADL Audit

See: Reports of anti-Semitic incidents in California decline, Anti-Defamation League reports
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Educators attend Echoes and Reflections Conference with ADL and LACOE

Educators from throughout Southern California spent three days with ADL and the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) for the recent Echoes and Reflections Summer Symposium.  From June 15-17, educators studied with staff from ADL, LACOE, the Museum of Tolerance and the USC Shoah Foundation at the campus of USC and the Museum of
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Emerging ADL Leaders Graduate from Glass Leadership institute Program

Los Angeles-based members of the 2015-16 Glass Leadership Institute (GLI) class graduated from the ten-month leadership development program on Tuesday, June 21 at the home of GLI alumna Sharyn Nichols. The evening began with members of the class sharing their positive experiences and highlights of the program. Many spoke of pride in their alignment with
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ADL 2016 Jewish Community Security Briefing

Orlando was another stark reminder of the serious threat posed by the Islamic State terrorist group which has inspired attacks against Jews in Belgium, journalists in France, civilians in San Bernardino and LGBTQ people in America. San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan will discuss lessons learned from the December terrorist attack in San Bernardino ADL
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ADL’s 17th Annual Supreme Court Review Live Web Stream

Where:  Loeb & Loeb, 10100 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 2200 (Parking validated) When:    Wednesday, July 6th 8:30-9:00: Breakfast/Registration 9:00-10:30: Live web stream Who: Distinguished Legal Scholars: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dahlia Lithwick and Federick Lawrence What: 1.5 Hours of CLE credit (CLE is free if you attend in person; $36 if not)  
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