ADL Associate Regional Director Matthew Friedman trains teachers about the Holocaust. June 22, 2016

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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GLI Graduation

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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Project Director Dave Reynolds provides background information before answering questions from the audience June 20, 2016

In the wake of the recent terrorist attack and hate crime at the LGBTQ nightclub Pulse in Orlando, ADL provided training and responded to questions from employees, interns and young volunteers at the American Red Cross of Los Angeles. ADL A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute Project Director Dave Reynolds and Assistant Project Director Anthony Eftimeo
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San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan presenting to the June 2016 ATS Class on the city’s December 2015 terror attack, including investigative techniques and effective methods of response by law enforcement. June 16, 2016

Two law enforcement officials from ADL’s Pacific Southwest Region attended the 29th session of ADL’s Advanced Training School (ATS) course on Extremist and Terrorist Threats.  This course, held June 5 to 7 in Washington, DC, is recognized as one of the premier counterterrorism trainings in the country. Captain Raymond King of the San Bernardino Police Department
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