Tops supermarket, Jefferson Avenue, Buffalo, New York

Communities Are Dialing 911—Shall We Answer or Let It Go to Voicemail? Buffalo and “The Great Replacement Theory” Revisited

On May 14, 2022, Latisha, an assistant office manager at the Jefferson Avenue Tops Supermarket in Buffalo, New York, tried to make herself invisible.

Protest with Jewish People

Banding Together Against Hate

Antisemitism hit the mainstream this past year with celebrities including Kanye West and Kyrie Irving disseminating antisemitic tropes across social media and TV. Anti-Defamation

Revered Christian Reverend writes Disney in the defense of Scientology

Scientology's 'STAND' group and AME minster Rev. Dr. Cecil “Chip” Murray ask Disney head Bob Iger to take action against incendiary programming. In November

Religious Leaders Respond to Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

The 46-year-old suspect stormed the synagogue armed with 4 guns. A gunman shouting anti-Semitic slurs killed 11 congregation members and wounded four police officers

ADL to Take on Cyberhate with New Silicon Valley Center

ADL open Silicon Valley center to combat cyberhate Jonathan Greenblatt, the Chief Executive Officer of Anti-Defamation League (ADL) made an announcement that his organization