ADL Calls Galveston City Council Member’s Hitler Parody Insensitive, Inappropriate

Houston, TX, January 29, 2015–The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) calls Galveston City Council Member Norman Pappous’ video depicting a meeting about the city’s Land Development Regulations as a meeting between Adolf Hitler and top Nazis insensitive and inappropriate, and asks that Council Member Pappous remove the video from his YouTube channel and apologize for it. “We recognize that Council Member Pappous

2015 Lowenstein Lecture Marks 50th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate

2015 marks 50 years since the Second Vatican Council released the Nostra Aetate, one of the most influential documents from the Catholic Church that helped define the Church’s relationship to non-Christian religions and deepened the bonds between Catholics and Jews. As we continue to walk through doors opened by this important document, we will look at Nostra Aetate through the

ADL’s Coalition for Mutual Respect Calls for Safety and Well-Being of Unaccompanied Minors Fleeing Violence in Central America

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact:  Dena Marks  713-627-3490, ext. 234 Cell: 832-567-8843  (Houston, August 27, 2014) The Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL’s) Coalition for Mutual Respect, a group of religious, business and community leaders who come together to learn together, promote understanding, and speak out about issues that concern them, are calling for Houstonians to help unaccompanied minors crossing U.S. borders to