NEWS

John Rogers Elementary: First Seattle Public School to earn No Place for Hate

The ADL Pacific Northwest office is proud to designate John Rogers Elementary as a No Place for Hate® campus for the 2015-2016 school year, the first Seattle Public Schools site to earn the designation. In earning this designation, with work by students, for students, the school is sending a clear, unified message that all students
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In the News: Sidewalk Swastika in West Seattle

Owners of a West Seattle furniture store contacted ADL regarding a swastika drawn on the sidewalk in front of their business. ADL provided expert advice and positive support to the business owners, encouraging them to photograph the image and contact local police to make a report before erasing the graffiti. The West Seattle Blog alerted
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BLOG POSTS

Campus Leaders Mission trip to Israel

Recently ADL Pacific Northwest staff had the opportunity to lead a group of sixteen college students on the ADL Campus Leaders Mission trip to Israel. ADL’s Campus Leaders Mission provides student leaders with a firsthand perspective of Israel by meeting with the culturally diverse population, engaging with its vibrant society, learning about the strategic and
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Graduation Season for ADL Pacific NW

Through the Glass Leadership Institute (GLI), ADL empowers its next generation of leaders. GLI is a ten-month program designed to educate a select group of dynamic young adults about the crucial and multifaceted work of ADL. This nationally recognized leadership program provides participants with unique opportunities to explore ADL’s global mission from an insider’s perspective.
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EVENTS

Supreme Court Review: Seattle

What does Justice Scalia’s death mean for the future of the Supreme Court? As the 2016 election approaches, what does the principle of one person, one vote really mean? How far can a state go in restricting access to abortion? And will President Obama’s executive orders on immigration stand? Join ADL to watch legal scholars
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Supreme Court Review: Portland

What does Justice Scalia’s death mean for the future of the Supreme Court? As the 2016 election approaches, what does the principle of one person, one vote really mean? How far can a state go in restricting access to abortion? And will President Obama’s executive orders on immigration stand? Join ADL to watch legal scholars
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