The Connecticut Regional Office, established in the early 1950s, is responsible for overseeing ADL’s operations in the state. From assisting victims of discrimination to reaching thousands with anti-bias education, ADL’s Connecticut Regional Office impacts public policy and improves our communities.
ADL advocacy and programs focus on anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, extremism, hate crimes, civil rights, interfaith and inter-group understanding, and peace in the Middle East.
Recognizing that education is an antidote to the virus of hate, ADL’s Connecticut Regional Office delivers the highest quality anti-bias education in communities across the state. Last year alone, ADL’s outstanding team of professional education staff and 55 A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® trainers reached more than 20,000 students, including teachers, parents, state employees and community members.
From teaching high school students that Names Can Really Hurt Us to helping Jewish students learn the importance of Confronting Anti-Semitism, Education builds hope that together we can overcome hatred and bigotry.