“It’s important to remember that extremist activity is…an issue faced by communities every day across the country,” said ADL CEO.
“As extremism and hate increases its reach, so too will our efforts to expose them locally and nationally,” said ADL’s Senior VP of Programs.
Despite some internal difficulties within the alt-right, the movement doesn’t show signs of slowing down any time soon.
The Anti-Defamation League, National Council of Jewish Women and HIAS have filed a grievance with the Zionist Organization of America.
In the end, they have been dropped from leadership, which is good.
Perhaps they can learn from this experience, rather than teach what it means.
“The ADL is CONSTANTLY attacking black and brown people,” Women’s March organizer Tamika Mallory tweeted.
Needless to say, if your fight against anti-Semitism includes intimidation tactics antithetical to your Jewish values, you’re doing it wrong.
The Anti-Defamation League is no longer taking a leading role in next month’s diversity training at Starbucks stores.
When far-left activists look at the ADL, they don’t see a civil-rights group.
Tamika Mallory, the Women’s March leader who refused to condemn Louis Farrakhan, denounced the ADL for “CONSTANTLY attacking black and brown people.”