Cook wrote in a letter that the company would do a two-to-one match on donations from employees to organizations like the ADL and SPLC.
Reform Judaism’s top rabbi was “deeply troubled by the moral equivalence evident in President Trump’s statement” condemning hate “on many sides.”
The ADL condemned the Sicarii, a small California group, as “anti-Semitic and racist” in a report last week.
In the biggest state of the lower forty-eight, law requires that all roadside memorials for dead motorcyclists bear blood-red crosses.
The ADL named names of “alt-lite” personalities like Milo Yiannopoulos and Mike Cernovich – and the “alt-lite” wasn’t happy.
It’s come to this: An organization which protects journalists in dangerous countries overseas now has to worry about them at home in America.
“We cannot allow fringe groups to capitalize on our halo,” said Jonathan Greenblatt of the ADL.
The groups include the Union for Reform Judaism, Bend the Arc, the Anti-Defamation League and Jewish Voice for Peace.
“Right-wing extremists have been one of the largest and most consistent sources of domestic terror incidents in the United States for many years.”
“An individual representing such extremist ideologies should not be given this type of leadership role.”