ADL Expresses Concern Over Anti-Muslim Protest in Irving, TX

Dallas, TX, November 22, 2015 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) expresses serious concern at the anti-Muslim protest held in Irving, TX, on November 21. According to news reports, a number of protesters showed up at an Irving mosque with weapons, hateful signs and false allegations about attempts to create Islamic courts with the desire to supersede American…
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ADL Applauds Dallas City Council’s Unanimous Vote to Amend Anti-Discrimination Ordinance to Explicitly Include Gender Identity

  The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today applauded the Dallas City Council’s unanimous vote to amend the anti-discrimination ordinance to explicitly include “gender identity” as a protected category. While transgender people were already protected by the code, the amendments ensure that members of the LGBT community clearly understand their rights, and employers and providers of public…
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Give Justice in 50 States

We can get stronger hate crime laws in every state with our new #50StatesAgainstHate campaign and your support. Let’s protect everyone from hate crimes….
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Teens, Tech, Connect: How Technology Impacts Teenagers’ Friendships

Topic: Bullying Awareness and Prevention, General Anti-Bias Grade Level: Middle School, High School Common Core Standards: Reading, Speaking and Listening, Language According to the Pew Research Center study, 24% of teenagers (ages 13–17) are online “almost constantly” which is facilitated by the proliferation of smartphones. Nearly 75% of teens have access to a smartphone and…
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