Summary: Podcasts provided by the Anti-Defamation League
ADL’s Beth Yohe speaks with children’s book author Trudy Ludwig as part of our podcast series with children’s book writers. In this podcast, Trudy talks about her books, including ADL Book of the Month, Confessions of a Former Bully, and why she writes books focused on social aggression and bullying.
ADL’s Director of Curriculum Jinnie Spiegler speaks with children¹s book author Ami Polonsky as part of our podcast series with children¹s book writers. In this podcast, Ami talks about her book Gracefully Grayson, how teachers and parents can talk with young people about gender and transgender identity and how to be an ally.
ADL’s Director of Curriculum Jinnie Spiegler speaks with children’s book author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh as part of our podcast series with children’s book writers. In this podcast, Duncan talks about meeting Sylvia Mendez and how that inspired him to write Separate Is Never Equal, his love of art and writing and how his dual citizenship identity shapes what he writes. Recorded: April 24, 2015
ADL’s Director of Curriculum Jinnie Spiegler speaks with children’s book author and illustrator Cece Bell as part of a special podcast series with children’s book writers. They discuss what inspired Cece to write El Deafo, which is an ADL Book of the Month, the response she has received about the book and why friendship is so central to her books. Recorded: April 17, 2015
Maurice Edwin Landrieu, the Mayor of New Orleans from 1970 to 1978, known as Moon Landrieu, talks to the ADL about desegregation and growing up in the South giving us a fascinating insight into civil rights history in America. andnbsp; andnbsp;
Julianna Goldman (Chief White House Correspondent, Bloomberg News), Laura Meckler (Reporter, Wall Street Journal) and moderator Stacy Burdett (ADL Director, Government and National Affairs) speak at ADLs 2014 National Leadership Summit.
ADL released the results of an unprecedented worldwide survey of anti-Semitic attitudes on May 13, 2014. This First-Look Press Conference features Abraham H. Foxman, ADLs National Director, Jeffrey Liszt, of Anzalone Liszt Grove Research presenting the findings of the organizations first global survey of anti-Semitic attitudes, and Barry Curtiss-Lusher, ADLs National Chair. andnbsp; Go to http://global100.adl.org to see the results of the survey. andnbsp; andnbsp;
An important debate on the state of Global Anti-Semitism from Stacy Bernard Davis, Office of the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, Department of State, Erika B. Schlager, Counsel for International Law, U.S. Helsinki Commission and Andrew Srulevitch, ADL Director of European Affairs. Discussion was held at ADLs 2014 National Leadership Summit, Washington D.C. andnbsp; andnbsp;
Ambassador Ron Dermer talks us through the state of Israel today, its relationship with America, and gives us a look into the future. Recorded at ADLs Summit 2014 in April.
As we approach the anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing, Oren Segal, Director of the ADLs Center on Extremism, discusses how international terrorists groups have intensified their efforts to reach, recruit and motivate homegrown extremists by adapting their messages to new technology. andnbsp;
Discussing their predictions for this year, panelists included Florida State Rep. Jose Javier Rodriguez (D-112th District), Cheryl Little (Executive Director, Americans for Immigration Justice) and moderator Stacy Burdett (Director of Government and National Affairs, ADL). The discussion took place in February, 2014 at the ADL National Committee Meeting in Florida.
ADLs 20th annual Edward Brodsky Legal Conference was held on March 11 at The Times Center. This years panel, moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, President andamp; CEO of the National Constitution Center, wrestled with the significant changes to voting rights, redistricting and campaign finance – and what they mean to American democracy. Panelists at this years Brodsky Legal Conference were: Michael A. Carvin (Partner, Jones Day), Lix Kennedy (Counsel, Demos), Julie Fernandes (Senior Policy Analyst, Open Societies Foundation), Joel M. Gora (Professor of Law, Brooklyn law School), Burt Neuborne (Inez Milholland Professor of Civil Liberties and Founding Legal Director, Brennan Center for Justice, NYU School of Law) andnbsp; You can watch the recorded live stream online at http://www.adl.org/brodsky
To mark Women’s History Month, ADL experts discuss reproductive freedom, domestic violence prevention and equal pay. Participating: Deborah Lauter, Director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Civil Rights Division, and Lauren Jones, ADL’s Assistant Director of Legal Affairs, moderated by Caroline Spearpoint. andnbsp;
John Allen (Senior Correspondent, National Catholic Reporter) gives an insiders view on the new Pope and his relations with the Jewish community. Recorded at ADL’s NEC Meeting, February 2014 andnbsp;
Aaron David Miller (Vice President for New Initiatives and Distinguished Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars) discusses the challenging road ahead for America at ADL’s NEC Meeting, February 2014.