October is National Bullying Prevention Month

National Bullying Prevention Month We know that everyday many students are targeted on the basis of their race, religion, social class, sexual orientation or other aspect of their identity and that some of the most serious cases of bullying that occur in schools are the result of bias based on these aspects of identity. Name-calling…
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ADL Report Examines Spread of Grossly Distorted Anti-Israel Ad Campaigns Across the Country

“Some groups within the anti-Israel movement are using highly visible platforms like billboards to distort reality and attack Israel’s image,” said Oren Segal, Director of ADL’s Center on Extremism. “As the public comes across these ads on their local city buses or on highway billboards during their commute to work, they should take the messages for what they are – false inflammatory rhetoric designed to isolate Israel.”…
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Welcoming a New Development Director

The Santa Barbara/Tri-Counties Region of the ADL is pleased to welcome our new Development Director! The position of Development Director is one of alliance builder and we are confident that the newest member of our office will excel in that area.  Welcome Brianna!…
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Reflections for the New Year

The ADL was founded to fight Antisemitism and secure justice for everyone. That goal in 1913 was not fashionable. The civil rights movement was not yet conceived of and equality was a novel idea. The world has changed drastically since 1913. Electric lights are everywhere, the radio gave way to the television in popularity which…
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ADL Annual Meeting of National Commission

The next annual meeting of the National Commission will take place at the Grand Hyatt in Denver on October 15-17, 2015. You are welcome to see what happened at the 2014 National Commision. Details to follow.  …
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“The Education Ideal: Creating the Conditions for a Brighter Future for all Students.”

The Santa Barbara/Tri-County ADL’s Civil Rights committee, in conjunction with several other valuable local groups, will host a community forum entitled, “The Education Ideal: Creating Conditions for a Brighter Future for all Students”. The collaborative effort will attempt to inform and engage parents on topics such as the current efforts to improve our educational system…
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