The Anti-Defamation League is the leading institution fighting against anti-Semitism in the world. But it’s fielded criticism from left and right.
“We know that the trauma of separation from parents lasts a lifetime.”
Signers include three major Jewish religious movements: Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist.
“I can’t emphasize enough that they were not demoted,” spokesman Reggie Borges said. “The ADL remains a key component of our plans.”
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.
Intersectional activists should not be spending their energies keeping each other “in line.”
When far-left activists look at the ADL, they don’t see a civil-rights group.
People who embrace America’s “leading anti-Semite” will be celebrated as intrepid leaders of the Women’s March.
Tamika Mallory, the Women’s March leader who refused to condemn Louis Farrakhan, denounced the ADL for “CONSTANTLY attacking black and brown people.”