ADL Recognizes Schools as “No Place for Hate” for their Work to Stop Bullying and Bias and to Create a School Community of Respect

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has designated 151 schools in the Southeast Region as No Place For Hate® for the 2013-2014 school year. To earn this distinction, each school formed No Place for Hate® committees, collectively signed the No Place For Hate® “Promise” [Resolutions of Respect], and implemented a series of projects to address bullying and…
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ADL Featured in Chattanooga’s Shofar Newspaper

ADL hosted an event in Chattanooga recently and we received coverage in the Shofar newspaper. See below!…
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News Coverage: Huntsville Receives No Place For Hate Designation from ADL

Anti-Defamation League names Huntsville City Schools No Place for Hate district HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The Huntsville City school system has been recognized for system-wide efforts to combat bullying and improve overall school environments….[read more]…
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Read4Respect Featured on WSB-TV People 2 People Segment

The 3rd Annual Read4Respect event held during two weeks in February this year, was a great success. Approximately 60 volunteers read to elementary school students at a variety of schools across metro Atlanta. Watch the People 2 People Segment highlighting this great event. The ADL would like to thank the volunteers who read to students; and thank our…
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2014 Community of Respect Dinner

Please join the ADL as we honor Charles S. Ackerman, Abe Goldstein Human Relations Award Recipient, The Atlanta Braves, Stuart Lewengrub Torch of Liberty Award Recipient at the 2014 Community of Respect Dinner at the St. Regis Hotel on November 20, 2014. For more information visit:…
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