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ADL Reacts to Defacement of Buffalo Soldiers Museum

ADL is concerned about the defacement of the Buffalo Soldiers Museum and the discovery of the vandalism on Buffalo Soldiers Day.   We trust the incident will be investigated thoroughly and law enforcement officers will do everything they can to bring the perpetrators to justice. “The Buffalo Soldiers Museum honors the bravery and commitment to freedom of African American soldiers in

ADL Coalition for Mutual Respect Prays We Can Move Forward Peacefully and Constructively Following George Floyd’s Murder

ADL Coalition for Mutual Respect Prays We Can Move Forward Peacefully and Constructively Following George Floyd’s Murder ADL’s Coalition for Mutual Respect was founded in 1995 for religious and community leaders to speak out with a unified voice and provide leadership in the fight against prejudice, bias, and hate. Millions in this country have spoken with raised voices to condemn

ADL Commends Gov. Abbott for denouncing racist posts by GOP Party chairs: calls on party officials to address systemic racism

Dallas, Texas, June 8, 2020 … ADL (the Anti-Defamation League) today commended Texas Governor Greg Abbott for denouncing racist posts by several Texas Republican County Chairs, but also called on the governor to take concrete measures, using input from the African American community, to address institutional racism in his party and beyond after nearly a dozen social posts of the