Gordmans Partners with Anti-Defamation League to Stop Bullying in Schools

For the second consecutive year, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and apparel and home décor retailer Gordmans are teaming up to promote ADL’s No Place for Hate® initiative. The goal is to help eradicate hatred, prejudice and bullying as students and teachers prepare to head back to school this fall. Research shows that 28 percent of…
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Inappropriate Use of Holocaust Analogies Must Be Discouraged

St. Louis, June 12.  St. Louis City streets signs addressing activity by members of the homeless community are vandalized with language reflecting the awful history of the Holocaust.   ADL has long challenged the use of Holocaust   analogies, something seen consistently in the media, in political and education circles.  It appears that the Holocaust is fair game…
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Media Literacy, Bias and Israel

The numbers don’t look good.  Comparing the civilian casualties in Gaza to the lack of civilian casualties in Israel helps fuel the media’s blatantly untrue depiction of Israel as the sole aggressor who totally disregards and devalues Palestinian life.  The media is also quick to question if Israeli rockets, launched exclusively in self-defense and as…
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ADL Encourages “Thinking Below The Iceberg”

The A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Institute visits Webster University On April 10, students in Dr. Mercedes Stephenson’s Introduction to Multicultural Studies class ventured outside their comfort zones for an eye-opening mini-workshop led by the project director for the ADL’s A World of Difference Institute, Tabari Coleman. Mr. Coleman frequently travels around the region leading diversity…
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