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After Charlottesville, And With High Holidays Ahead, ADL Reaches Out To Jewish Institutions Over Security – Algemeiner

| August 24, 2017

Email a copy of "After Charlottesville, And With High Holidays Ahead, ADL Reaches Out To Jewish Institutions Over Security" to a friend Demonstrators carry Nazi and Confederate flags in Charlottesville, Va., Aug. 12. Photo: Anthony Crider via Wikimedia Commons.

ADL reports 1000% surge in online donations after Charlottesville rally – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| August 24, 2017

The Anti-Defamation League has partnered with the mayors of several American cities.

Valley Jewish organizations respond to recent violence on eve of Trump visit – Jewish News of Greater Phoenix

| August 24, 2017

In response to the recent violence, racism and anti-Semitism on display at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Anti-Defamation League of Arizona hosted a meeting of Jewish communal leaders to discuss the current environment in the state.

Anti-Defamation League head says violent alt-left is a …

| August 23, 2017

CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League Jonathan Greenblatt (Screen capture) Jonathan Greenblatt CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts on Sunday that the idea of a violent alt-left is a right-wing myth and that there is no equivalency between the violent hate groups of the right and the people who resist them. In response to President Donald Trumps assertion that there are fine people on both sides of the neo-Nazi question, Greenblatt said, There are no fine people among the ranks of Nazis

Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists in Charlottesville Brought Millions to Anti-Defamation League – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| August 23, 2017

Photo Credit: Sasha Kimel / Wikimedia Commons The insistence by U.S. President Donald Trump last week that his response to last weeks violence in Charlottesville remind Americans there were very fine people among all camps that were present including the neo-Nazis, white supremacists and antifa agitators who were there prompted an outpouring of support for the New York-based Anti-Defamation League (ADL) from some of the most prominent corporate executives in the United States. James Murdoch, CEO of 21st Century Fox and the son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, announced this week that he and his wife Kathryn will donate $1 million to the ADL, which he called an extraordinary force for vigilance and strength in the face of bigotry

Donations to Anti-Defamation League surge in US – Yahoo – Yahoo News

| August 22, 2017

Donors have shown greater interest in supporting the Anti-Defamation League since the August 12 violence at a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesvile, Virginia (AFP Photo/CHIP SOMODEVILLA) New York (AFP) - Donations to the Anti-Defamation League, one of the oldest anti-discrimination, anti-Semitic organizations in the United States, have spiked sharply since the violence in Charlottesville, the group said Monday. ADL spokeswoman Betsaida Alcantara said donations like the one from James Murdoch -- head of Fox News, who last week announced a million-dollar donation -- as well as those from corporations like Apple, Uber and MGM Resorts yielded a rise of "1,000%" last week, compared to the weekly average donations since the beginning of the year. The ADL, headquartered in New York, did not specify to which dollar amount this surge had led.

Anti-Defamation League head says violent ‘alt-left’ is a right-wing … – Raw Story

| August 21, 2017

CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League Jonathan Greenblatt (Screen capture) Jonathan Greenblatt CEO and National Director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts on Sunday that the idea of a violent alt-left is a right-wing myth and that there is no equivalency between the violent hate groups of the right and the people who resist them. In response to President Donald Trumps assertion that there are fine people on both sides of the neo-Nazi question, Greenblatt said, There are no fine people among the ranks of Nazis. Then they tried to divert the conversation to the quote-unquote alt-left, but look, there is no comparable side on the left to the alt-right.' The alt-right, he said, are white supremacists who amass with an idea of pushing a nationalist agenda that pushes out minorities based on how you pray, who you love or where youre from

Anti-Defamation League, others to host peace vigil Sunday in North Las Vegas – Las Vegas Sun

| August 20, 2017

By Ricardo Torres-Cortez (contact) Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017 | 2 a.m

Anti-Defamation League ‘glad’ Bannon out of White House – The Times of Israel

| August 20, 2017

The Anti-Defamation League on Friday said it was glad Steve Bannon, a former White House strategist, was removed from his post. A champion of the nationalist-populist agenda that carried Trump to power last November, the 63-year-old Bannon left a White House reeling from the fallout over the presidents response to a violent white supremacist rally. With Trump under fire for insisting anti-racism protesters were equally to blame for violence at a weekend rally of neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, the president faced renewed pressure to let Bannon go.

Boston preps for rally touting free speech in wake of Charlottesville – CNN International

| August 20, 2017

Organizers for the Boston event have invited "libertarians, conservatives, traditionalists, classical liberals, (Donald) Trump supporters or anyone else who enjoys their right to free speech," according to a group calling itself the Boston Free Speech Coalition. Boston will have counterprotesters, too -- organized by a coalition of mostly left-leaning groups and activists such as the Black Lives Matter movement.


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