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ADL reports increase in hate and extremism in online games, gaming industry responds – FOX13 Memphis

| January 12, 2023

ADL reports increase in hate and extremism in online games, gaming industry responds   FOX13 Memphis

Anti-Defamation League to Adidas: Sever ties with Ye’s Yeezy

| November 23, 2022

Kanye West arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Feb. 9, 2020, in Beverly Hills, Calif

Andrew Torba: Five Things to Know | ADL

| November 23, 2022

1. Torba is the founder and CEO of Gab, a social media platform and haven for hate and disinformation Andrew Torba is the founder and CEO of Gab, an online hub for extremist and conspiratorial content. Since Gabs inception in 2016, Torba has positioned the platform as a free speech alternative to Twitter and other popular social media websites.

Kyrie Irving doesn’t speak Tuesday amid social media post fallout – NBA.com

| November 2, 2022

Kyrie Irving doesn't speak Tuesday amid social media post fallout   NBA.com Brooklyn Nets condemn Kyrie Irving for promotion of antisemitic film   CNBC Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving defends his tweet about a documentary criticized as antisemitic and stands by sharing a video by Alex Jones   CNN NBPA issues statement condemning antisemitism   ESPN Kyrie Irving's camp met with Anti-Defamation League over Nets star's actions   New York Post View Full Coverage on Google News

ADL Audit Finds Antisemitic Incidents in United States Reached All-Time …

| October 25, 2022

New York, NY, April 26, 2022 Antisemitic incidents reached an all-time high in the United States in 2021, with a total of 2,717 incidents of assault, harassment and vandalism reported to ADL (the Anti-Defamation League). This represents the highest number of incidents on record since ADL began tracking antisemitic incidents in 1979 an average of more than seven incidents per day and a 34 percent increase year over year. ADLs annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents, issued today, found that antisemitic incidents reached a high watermark across virtually every category.

Adidas facing pressure to cut ties with Ye over antisemitic comments – NPR

| October 25, 2022

Adidas facing pressure to cut ties with Ye over antisemitic comments   NPR Anti-Defamation League urges Adidas to sever ties with Ye's Yeezy   CNBC Anti-Defamation League Calls On Adidas To Drop Kanye West After Anti-Semitic Remarks   Forbes Anti-Defamation League urging Adidas to end partnership with Kanye West   CBS News Anti-Defamation League urges Adidas to cut ties with Kanye West   Chain Store Age View Full Coverage on Google News

Stanford apologizes for admissions limits on Jewish students in the 1950s and pledges action on steps to enhance Jewish life on campus – Stanford…

| October 12, 2022

Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne has apologized on behalf of the university and pledged to act on recommendations of a task force report that identified efforts to limit admission of Jewish students in the 1950s. Stanford will present the report of the Advisory Task Force on the History of Jewish Admissions and Experience at Stanford University at noon PDT Thursday, Oct. 13.View the livestream here.

Leadership Development: Overcoming the Myth of Separateness – Stanford Social Innovation Review

| October 12, 2022

(Illustration by Luca Di Bartolomeo) Love and justice are not two. without inner change, there can be no outer change; without collective change, no change matters.Reverend angel Kyodo williams As a professor at Princeton in 1949, Albert Einstein reflected on the place of human beings in the universe.

Coming up on Connections: Wednesday, October 12, 2022 – WXXI News

| October 12, 2022

First hour: Marilyn Mayo on the rise and normalization of white supremacy Second hour: J.R. Harris in his book, "Way Out There" The Levine Center to End Hate is hosting Brave Spaces: Rochester's 3rd Annual Summit to End Hate.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Security has been on local Jews’ minds for a long time J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| October 12, 2022

In August 1999 fear plagued the nations Jewish community. The Bay Area was not immune. The summer saw arson attacks damage three Sacramento-area synagogues, an outbreak of hate-crime sniper shootings in the Midwest, then shootings that wounded five at the North Valley Jewish Community Center outside Los Angeles and killed a Filipino postal worker nearby.


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