Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Amelia Boynton Robinson, a civil rights activist whose courage in Selma helped to secure the right to vote for millions of Americans, died today at 104.
Hateful rhetoric has been directed against Rep. Jerrold Nadler and other members of Congress who have announced support for the nuclear agreement with Iran.
Nearly 800 rabbis have signed an online petition opposing the Iran nuclear deal, while urging Congress to vote against it.
TheADL expressed concern over an altercation in Brooklyn in which a visibly identifiable Orthodox Jewish man was accosted by three teens on bicycles.
A Jewish woman of color will be the first openly transgender person to serve in the White House.
African-American churches rallied in Detroit this week in support of Israel while evoking the historic black-Jewish alliance of the Civil Rights movement.
ADL is drawing attention to a spate of anti-Semitic graffiti, after swastika imagery was found etched into a booth of a Long Island RailRoad (LIRR) Station.
GoFundMe rejected two fundraising campaigns violating usage guidelines, including prohibitions on content associated with hate groups.
The FBI is investigating anti-Semitic vandalism at a Jewish summer camp in Michigan.
Jonathan Pollard will be released in November, ending years of campaigning by both Israeli diplomats and Jewish-American advocates.


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