Harvey and Suzanne Prince July 14, 2016






Harvey Prince grew up in Franklin, Massachusetts, where his father was a cattle dealer. It was a very blue collar town and 95% Catholic; among the six Jewish families who lived there, he was the only child his age. “There was constant discrimination,” he recalls, having been called “dirty Jew” and “Christ killer” more times
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June 29, 2016






ADL staff met with Consul General of Argentina Luis Garcia Tezanos Pinto on June 23 and, along with International Affairs Committee co-chair Bruce Maxwell, met with Consul General of the Czech Republic Pavol Šepeľák on June 28 in Los Angeles. In both meetings, the group addressed the countries’ levels of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial as
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Swastika Graffiti June 22, 2016






Anti-Semitic incidents on American college campuses nearly doubled; Anti-Semitic assaults up more than 50% According to the Anti-Defamation League’s annual Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents issued today, there were 941 incidents in the U.S. in 2015, an increase of about 3 percent from the 912 incidents recorded in 2014.  Among the incidents reported, those that occurred at
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April 7, 2016






The Anti-Defamation League has been aware of the issues surrounding the posting of a sign stating “Wilkommen zum Hindenburg Park” in a county park in La Crescenta.  We have been in contact with various partners in the community and provided the following letter to the LA County Department of Parks and Recreation prior to a
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March 14, 2016






For the sixth year in a row, ADL trained the entire senior class at de Toledo High School (formerly New Community Jewish High School), in ADL’s Words to Action, to give them tools to respond to anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias that they may face on college campuses. The training took place over several days in October 2015 and
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