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For Immediate Release
September 29, 2022
ADL Selling Out the Jewish People
FRANKLIN, TN – The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has lost its way.
In a recent investigation of teaching materials from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Fox News Digital discovered teaching materials that promote Critical Race Theory (CRT) and far-left ideas not in line with the ADL’s goals.
ADL was founded in 1913 to battle discrimination against Jews.
According to the ADL website, more than 46,000 K–12 students, educators, administrators and staff took part in their anti-bias programs, and ADL reached close to five million K–12 students with this propaganda.
“ADL is now one of the largest distributors of antisemitic and racist CRT curriculum,” commented Laurie Cardoza Moore, founder and President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations (PJTN). “They’re not fighting antisemitism but promoting Marxism and anti-law enforcement falsehoods.”
”ADL is no longer the respected organization it once was,” she continued. “PJTN has been fighting the oldest hatred since 2005. Ten years ago, PJTN was the organization that pressured publishing giant, Pearson Publishers, to remove an antisemitic quote from a Human Geography textbook that legitimized Palestinians blowing themselves up in a Jerusalem restaurant while ADL’s southeastern director who refused to acknowledge that the quote was antisemitic.”
“If ADL board members want to fund an organization that is actively and effectively fighting the world’s oldest hatred, they can make a donation at PJTN.org.”
In a prepared statement, ADL stated that it does not teach CRT. “Clearly there is content among our curricular materials that is misaligned with ADL’s values and strategy,” the statement notes. “We intend to address this issue immediately and openly. We are moving to launch a thorough review of our education content.”
“If ADL wants to be taken seriously, they should remove all of the propaganda on their website so that more children aren’t exposed to the antisemitic, racist content posted there,” Cardoza Moore stated.
To schedule an interview with Laurie Cardoza Moore, President of Proclaiming Justice to The Nations, please contact Clem Boyd, Director of Public Relations at 724.930.4003.