In this story in El Paso Matters, ADL Southwest Regional Director Mark B. Toubin speaks about the effects of hate crimes and incidents. Alleged antisemitic hate crime creates “chilling effect” for El Paso Jewish community René Kladzyk September 24, 2021 Revelations of an alleged antisemitic motive to a gruesome crime in El Paso have carried painful impacts for El Paso’s Jewish community, local Jewish
Houston, TX, Sept. 13, 2021—ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) applauds the El Paso Police Department for the arrest of a suspect in the murder of El Paso attorney Georgette Kaufmann and the shooting of her husband, Daniel, and for taking the alleged bias motivation in the case seriously. “We are grateful to the El Paso Police Department for their dogged determination
This year’s Karen H. Susman Jurisprudence Luncheon brought ADL supporters together in person for the first time in nearly two years, honored Alistair Dawson of Beck Redden LLP, paid tribute to the memory of Steve Susman, and inspired attendees to support ADL and fight bias and hatred. Over 600 people, mainly legal professionals, attended the event at the Hilton Americas
In the Southwest Region’s Part Two of its series on the dangers of disinformation, two Jewish doctors spoke about how antisemitic anti-vaxxers have targeted them with vicious emails, posts and messages threatening violence and even death. Dr. Peter Hotez, Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and Professor of Pediatrics and Molecular Virology and Microbiology at Baylor College of
Join ADL Southwest’s Womens Initiative and the Houston Rockets for the 2021 ADL Women’s Summit celebrating International Women’s Day. The event takes place virtually at noon, March 8, and it focuses on the need to take immediate action to create a world where gender parity, inclusion and equality are norms, not exceptions. Panelists include President and CEO of the Houston
Join us for this Zoom session that will look at personal accounts of when hate hits home. When members of our community are targets of hate, vandalism, violence, xenophobia, discrimination and antisemitism, having allies not only helps those targeted, but helps promote a more just and inclusive community. Our panel will discuss recent incidents and how others became allies to offer support, build bridges, and help.
The session takes place from 12 noon to 1:15 p.m. Central Time, September 22, 2020. It will be moderated by ADL Southwest Regional Director Mark B. Toubin.