FBI: Jews Subject to 60 Percent of Religiously Motivated Hate Crimes in 2017, Despite Being Just 2 Percent of U.S. Population
Jews continue to be the most targeted religious group in America
Seeking human connection and solidarity, within and without the Jewish community, in the wake of Pittsburgh
It’s time to debunk this myth once and for all
Mallory, who previously dubbed Farrakhan the “greatest of all time,” was less fulsome about the premier Jewish civil rights organization
One of the country’s most prominent Arab American public servants will now helm the Jewish anti-hate group’s Center on Extremism
The Muslim American activist speaks at CUNY, where the twisted, anti-Semitic logic of the new left is that to be a good progressive, one must stand against Jewish self-assertion and national aspirations
The new leader of the storied civil-rights defense group tries to navigate Trump, the alt-right, Obama’s legacy, rising anti-Semitism, Israel, and the long shadow of his predecessor
Pope Francis: Anti-Semitism Is ‘Contrary to Christian Principles and Every Vision Worthy of the Human Person’
The pope gave a powerful speech to an ADL delegation at the Vatican
From the Orthodox Union to the Reform Movement, and ‘Commentary’ to J Street, American Jews speak out in defense of refugees and Muslims
The Anti-Defamation League and the Natan Fund are teaming up to fund anti-bigotry entrepeneurs
The anti-bigotry watchdog drew the line when audio surfaced of Ellison claiming that U.S. foreign policy is ‘governed’ by Israeli interests. Its stance poses a test for the left and the organization itself.
The election has highlighted the depth of hate that festers online. Now comes the hard part: combating it.
The Anti-Defamation League has offered a reward for information that leads to the apprehension of the perpetrators
From Left to Right, Jewish Groups Condemn ‘Repellent’ Black Lives Matter Claim of Israeli ‘Genocide’
The group’s new platform, and this false accusation, united American Jewish organizations and individuals—usually at odds—in outrage
The organization’s new director, Jonathan Greenblatt, shows he can use his experience of working in the Obama Administration as an asset—without being beholden to his former employers
Staying silent in the face of radical evil is wrong. It’s time for us to engage.