NEWS

KWMU: No End In Sight for Diversity Training

        A year of unrest and turmoil has yielded the beginnings of change in St. Louis — along with a whole lot of questions. How do we untangle the deep, gnarly roots of racism? What is this thing called privilege? How do people of different races talk to each other about this…
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ADL APPLAUDS 2015 KRANZBERG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

St. Louis, MO, May 28… The Anti-Defamation League, Missouri/Southern Illinois announces that local high school seniors Matt Frischer and Sam Kahn are the recipients of the 18th Annual Meyer and Marcelle Kranzberg Memorial Scholarship Awards. Each will receive a $2000 college scholarship. Finalists Michelle Bennett, Janine Norman and Alyson Yawitz will receive a $100 book…
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ADL SPECIAL REPORT: WHITE SUPREMACY IN AMERICA

In the aftermath of the Charleston shooting by a suspect seemingly influenced and radicalized by online hate propaganda, ADL issued a comprehensive report looking at the state of white supremacy in the United States in 2015….
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St. Louis Artworks and ADL — Building Community

This summer, ADL’s  A World of Difference® Institute partnered with the National Conference for Community and Justice of Metropolitan St. Louis to work with student apprentices from St. Louis Artworks. For the last three years the Institute has teamed up to provide training workshops for Artworks apprentices as part of their learning experience.  Topics covered included…
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