Number of Americans Harboring Extensive Antisemitic Prejudice Doubled Since 2019

ADL’s Antisemitic Attitudes in America survey found that 20 percent of Americans believe six or more anti-Jewish tropes, nearly doubling the antisemitic prejudice found in 2019 and the highest level in three decades.

Los Angeles City Council Passes Resolution to Adopt IHRA Working Definition on Antisemitism

“ADL Los Angeles thanks the Los Angeles City Council for supporting the resolution for Los Angeles to adopt the non-legally binding International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s Working Definition of Antisemitism. We thank Council Members Koretz and Blumenfield for their leadership on this issue. At this time of divisiveness and dangerous rhetoric, it is imperative that our city’s leadership demonstrate their commitment

ADL Partners on Los Angeles Mayoral Candidate Forum

ADL is honored to have partnered with American Jewish Committee (AJC) and the Jewish Federation of Los Angeles to put on our third and final candidate forum of the election season. The event was hosted at the Jewish Federation and featured both candidates for Mayor of Los Angeles, Karen Bass and Rick Caruso. The forum was hosted by journalist Alex

Join Us – Los Angeles Mayoral Forum | October 26 at 5 pm

ADL Los Angeles, in partnership with The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and AJC-LA, is proud to co-sponsor a Mayoral Candidate Forum featuring Congresswoman Karen Bass and Mr. Rick Caruso. Join us on October 26th at 5:00 PM on Zoom as we learn more about the candidates and their positions on issues of importance to the Jewish Community. Hosted

Statement from ADL Los Angeles Regarding the Release of USC’s Advisory Committee on Jewish Life Report

A statement from Ariella Loewenstein, Deputy Regional Director of ADL Los Angeles, USC alumnus and member of USC’s Advisory Committee on Jewish Life (JLAC): “I am honored to serve and be ADL’s voice on the Advisory Committee on Jewish Life (JLAC). The release of this committee’s recommendations and President Folt’s acceptance of the final report is a strong first step

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Jeffrey Abrams on Snapchat

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Antisemitic incidents in LA on pace to surpass last year’s record high, ADL says

Following a recent wave of incidents involving antisemitism across Southern California, the head of the Anti-Defamation League in Los Angeles on Tuesday said the number of hate incidents in the city is on pace to surpass last year’s record high. Read full article HERE.

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Number of Americans Harboring Extensive Antisemitic Prejudice Doubled Since 2019

ADL’s Antisemitic Attitudes in America survey found that 20 percent of Americans believe six or more anti-Jewish tropes, nearly doubling the antisemitic prejudice found in 2019 and the highest level in three decades.

Shine A Light

We’re here to #shinealight on antisemitism and all forms of hate. ADL Los Angeles Regional Director Jeffrey I. Abrams and President and CEO of the Jewish Federarion of Greater Los Angeles, Rabbi Noah Farkas, work together in lockstep to fight the shocking rise in antisemitism in our city. Newly elected Mayor of Los Angeles Karen Bass and several other elected

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Join Us – Los Angeles Mayoral Forum | October 26 at 5 pm

ADL Los Angeles, in partnership with The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and AJC-LA, is proud to co-sponsor a Mayoral Candidate Forum featuring Congresswoman Karen Bass and Mr. Rick Caruso. Join us on October 26th at 5:00 PM on Zoom as we learn more about the candidates and their positions on issues of importance to the Jewish Community. Hosted

Candidate Forum

ADL Los Angeles, in partnership with AJC Los Angeles, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, will be hosting a candidate forum for LA County Supervisor District 3. The forum will be a conversation with Senator Robert Hertzberg and West Hollywood City Council Member Lindsey Horvath, moderated by Spectrum News 1 anchor Alex Cohen. Mark your calendars and prepare to join us for what is sure to be