ADL and Bedford have a history of fighting bias, celebrating diversity

On April 7th 2014, a Letter to the Editor in the Boston Globe by Bedford Town Manager Richard T. Reed  and Jon Sills, Bedford Superintendent of Schools, explained that Bedford and ADL have been partners in fighting hate and anti-Semitism in the town for years. “We would not be as far along as we are…
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ADL New England Holds 20th Annual Youth Congress: “Voices of Leadership”

1,400 Teens and Teachers From 70 New England Schools Come Together to Build  Safer and More Respectful School Communities  (Boston, MA) April 3, 2014 – The Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute held its 20th Annual New England Youth Congress at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Castle.  The event brought together more…
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ADL’s New Directions Program Runs Workshop with the Diocese of Providence, Rhode Island

ADL’s New Directions facilitators Naomi Towvim and Celia Sirois hosted a Workshop at Bryant University in Smithfield RI for the Annual Diocese of Providence Faith Formation Convocation. The workshop called “Teaching the Master Story: Passover and the Paschal Mystery” was imparted to 22 Catholic School teachers and educators. The goals of the workshop was for…
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ADL Supports Efforts to Dismantle the School-To-Prison Pipeline

Harsh disciplinary policies in schools that lead to out-of-school suspensions and expulsions for even minor infractions of school conduct undermine the goal of quality public education for all.  The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has a long and proud history of supporting fairness and equality for all students. ADL today submitted testimony to the Rhode Island House Health,…
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Essex County Law & Education Day Breakfast: Bullying in Sports – It’s Not Part of the Game

The Anti-Defamation League, New England Region invites you to join us for the Essex County Law & Education Day Breakfast Featuring Keynote Speaker Jonathan Kraft President of the Kraft Group & the New England Patriots…
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ADL’s Asian-Jewish Roundtable Present: Vincent Who? A film about a murder that awakened a people and ignited the Asian American civil rights movement

Join ADL New England’s Asian-Jewish Roundtable for a special presentation of: Vincent Who? Followed by a panel discussion on the story of the murder of Vincent Chen and its influence on the Asian American civil rights movement. Thursday, May 15th      6-8:30 PM    Rabb Hall, Boston Public Library Register Here!…
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