The Top 10 Religious Freedom Stories of 2023
Often not making it to the front page are the hints of light in the gloom—solitary flashes of good news that pry open the door to a more hopeful future.
Antisemitic Incidents “Skyrocket” in U.S.
"In this difficult moment, antisemitism is spreading and mutating in alarming ways."
Antisemitism as “Entertainment”: ADL Webinar Shines a Light on Hate & Extremism in the Selfie Era
“They’ll post and share. Getting media attention is like a merit badge.”
Holocaust Remembrance Day: Confronting the Unconfrontable
On this day we are asked not to reflect, not to commemorate, so much as to try to conceive a crime so unspeakable as the cold-blooded murder of 11 million individual human beings, over 6 million of them Jews.
“Just Regular People”—Not Extremists—Perpetrated Majority of 2021’s All-Time High Antisemitic Incidents, ADL Reports
This year’s Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Audit of Antisemitic Incidents paints a grim picture of hate in the land of the free.
Supreme Court Finds in Favor of High School Coach Prayer. Should Minority Religions Worry?
Though the Supreme Court may have banged the gavel and closed the book on the case, the court of public opinion has not. Far from it.
NYC Public Schools to Combat Antisemitism and Islamophobia With New Strategies
The U.S. Department of Education recently announced that it would investigate NYC public schools over reports of antisemitism and Islamophobia.