ADL August 11, 2016

This week, at the request of the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s Powell Holocaust Summer Institute, ADL Regional Director Hilary Bernstein presented “A History of Anti-Semitism” for Holocaust educators from Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Noting that many students who’ve completed a unit on the Holocaust often remark, “I still don’t get it. Why’d they target
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Words Matter August 3, 2016

Guest blog post by Nancy Fisher-Allison, Librarian, John Rogers Elementary School, Seattle Public School’s first No Place for Hate® campus   In early December of 2015, our diverse and close-knit school community experienced an outbreak of hate speech. The trouble erupted in a third-grade classroom, where half of the students were bilingual learners from a
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rainbowprideflag August 2, 2016

ADL Pacific Northwest congratulates Seattle City Councilmember, Lorena González, and the entire Seattle Council for passing unanimously a city ban on conversion therapy for LGBTQ minors. Sexual orientation and gender identity change efforts, practiced through reparative or “conversion therapy”, are based on the false claim that being gay or transgender is a mental illness that
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IMG_8487 June 24, 2016

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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GLI graduation June 2016 June 20, 2016

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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