Jewish Leaders Disgusted at Endymion’s Choice of Mel Gibson, Applaud Endymion Leadership for Quick Action
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lindsay Baach Friedmann firstname.lastname@example.org Jewish Leaders Disgusted at Endymion’s Choice of Mel Gibson, Applaud Endymion Leadership for Quick Action New Orleans, LA, January 8, 2023 … ADL (Anti-Defamation League), the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans, the Greater New Orleans Clergy Council, and the
No Place for Hate schools participated in our 2021/2022 Fighting Hate for Good Art and Poetry Contest. This year students were asked, “What gives you hope in this fight against hate?” Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s contest and congratulations to everyone who placed.
In the aftermath of the Hamas terrorist invasion of Israel when more than 1,400 Israelis were murdered and over 230 children, women and men were kidnapped and taken hostage in Gaza, there has been a shocking increase in antisemitism in the U.S. and around the world. Stay informed and take action.
Campus Anti-Israel Activity Often Marked by Vilification of Zionists and Support for Terror, ADL Finds
New report identifies a broad range of disturbing anti-Israel and anti-Zionist activities, including expressions of support for U.S.-designated terror groups that target Israel and antisemitic messaging geared toward ostracizing Zionists and Zionism from campus life.
Honoring Swin Cash & Will Snowden September 29, 2022 6:15pm – VIP Reception 7pm – Doors Open for General Admission New Orleans Jazz Market 1436 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70113 Purchase Tickets Here
In the face of continued uncertainty and challenges in today’s world, there is still reason to celebrate. Join us on Friday, May 14th for National No Place for Hate Day 2021 to acknowledge the hard work of students, educators, parents and the entire community by taking over social media with #noplaceforhate. Here’s the plan: Have everyone in your school community