ADL Shocked and Horrified at Mass Shooting Attack on LGBTQ Club in Orlando

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today expressed shock and horror at the unconscionable attack at The Pulse nightclub in Orlando apparently targeting the LGBTQ community, an attack that is now confirmed as the largest mass shooting in American history and one apparently inspired by an Islamic extremist ideology. The suspected shooter, 29-year-old Omar Mateen of Fort
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Anti-Defamation League: We Are Redirecting All of Trump’s Donations

Jonathan A. Greenblatt @JGreenblattADL 3/20/16 | 6:00 AM ET We are channeling his contributions into anti-bias programs and hope others follow suit This week, thousands of people have gathered in Washington, D.C., for what has become one of the largest gatherings on the political calendar: the AIPAC Policy Conference. Dedicated to a strong U.S.-Israel relationship, the American
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9 Ways To Teach About the Election: A Social Justice Approach

As an educator, do you find yourself struggling to tackle the complicated topics surrounding political campaigns? ADL has generated a resource to provide ideas and strategies for bringing the topic of elections and voting into the classroom using an anti-bias and social justice lens. Please check out this new resource 9 Ways To Teach About
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Turning Current Events Instruction Into Social Justice Teaching

Jin­nie Spiegler Direc­tor of Cur­ricu­lum, Anti-Defamation League This blog orig­i­nally appeared on Edutopia Mar­riage equal­ity, refugees seek­ing safety in Europe, the Con­fed­er­ate flag, police shoot­ings of black and Latino men, the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, Cait­lyn Jen­ner, ISIS, and immi­gra­tion are just a few of the news sto­ries that inhab­ited the head­lines this year on our phones, lap­tops, and news­pa­pers.
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