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Individual Tickets On Sale for Houston in Concert Against Hate

Individual tickets priced from $50-$125 dollars are now available for Houston in Concert Against Hate, an event that promises to be inspiring, enlightening, and unforgettable.  The November 14th event, which celebrates the Centennials of and an unprecedented partnership between ADL and the Houston Symphony, also will recognize the contributions of more than a dozen Houstonians to the fight against discrimination,

ADL Commends Department of Justice for Supporting Voting Rights Act in Texas

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) applauded the Department of Justice’s (DOJ’s) efforts to preserve and protect the voting rights of all Texans.   In a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder coordinated by ADL, the League and six other Texas civil rights groups commended DOJ for seeking a “preclearance” requirement for Texas that would bar voting law changes in the state

High Holy Days Security Seminar Focuses on Threat Assessment, and Large Crowds

  Thirty representatives of Houston-area Jewish institutions attended ADL’s 2013 High Holy Days Security Seminar hosted by United Orthodox Synagogues and featuring Houston Police Sergeant Brad Rudolph and Harris County Sheriff’s Office Captain Paul Cordova.  The seminar began with a comprehensive presentation by Sgt. Rudolph on recognizing impending threats by assessing situations and behaviors.  Sgt. Rudolph showed how numerous violent

Marvin Rich an ADL Centennial Champion

The Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL’s)  June board meeting was packed with board members and guests, and there could be only one reason:  longtime board member Marvin Rich was honored with a Centennial Citation from the Southwest Regional Board and as a Centennial Champion by ADL National.  In a video that accompanied the national honor, ADL National Leadership Director Marvin Rappaport lauded