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ADL NEW YORK REGION Based in New York City with additional focus in Albany, Westchester and Long Island, ADL New York has directly impacted:

• 1 in 30 students across New York State through No Place for Hate ®, totaling 98,000 students • Over 3,000 students who have been certified as ADL Peer Trainers helping 360,000 of their peers to combat prejudice, bias, bullying and hate in their schools • 400 educators reaching 60,000 students through workshops that build relationships between diverse religious communities, ethnic groups and nationalities • Over 100 institutions that have participated in training to confront anti-Semitism and other forms of hate

ADL New York has been partnering with schools to fight hate for over three decades. Over 100 schools in the region have been designated No Place for Hate because of their commitment to building respect for all students. HELP US REACH MORE SCHOOLS BY BECOMING A PARTNER AGAINST HATE.

“The students took the lead. ... They quickly identified the most problematic issues in school … and dedicated themselves to be true agents of change .” —No Place for Hate Coordinator, Richmond Hill High School, Queens

• Thousands of community members through our response to 700 incidents of hate annually

New York Regional Office 605 Third Avenue New York, NY 10158 212-885-7762

The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913 to fight anti-Semitism and secure justice and fair treatment for all. Now the nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency fighting all forms of bigotry, ADL defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights in America and around the world.

BECOME A PARTNER AGAINST HATE New York Corporate Leadership Council

Profile for ADL New York Region

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Corporate leadership council brochure