ADL Never Is Now

Never Is Now is in just two weeks. We are thrilled that thousands of people will be joining you; more people than ever are signing up to be part of the largest annual event on antisemitism and hate.

Have you been to the Summit’s website lately? In recent days, we’ve added prominent speakers, including experts in the fight against antisemitism, Israeli government leaders, journalists, student activists, entertainment stars and business executives.

You’d also be interested in the updates to our agenda, with amazing sessions from Nov. 7 to Nov. 9 that touch on the vital issues you need to know more about as someone dedicated to speaking out against hate.

They’re all part of an array of sessions that will inspire and inform you. And good news… just by registering for Never Is Now, you’ve got access to every panel you want to attend. Next week we’ll also send you information about how to set up your own personalized agenda to keep track of which sessions are of most interest to you. (You don’t need to register for individual sessions! As a Never Is Now attendee, you’re invited to all of them.)

Just a reminder that if you’re interested in Continuing Legal Education credits, you can earn them at no cost through these CLE-eligible panels:

  • The Story the Numbers Tell (or Don’t) About Hate Crimes (11/8, 3 pm ET / 12 pm PT)
  • Click. Like. Share. Why Regulating Social Media Platforms is So Difficult (11/8, 6 pm ET, 3 pm PT)

If you have any CLE questions, including whether they are offered for your state, go to

We’ll see you soon at Never Is Now to rally our communities to unite against antisemitism and reject hate!

— The ADL team




Anti-Semitism In America

Discussion led by Myra Clark -Siegel

AJC Westchester/Fairfield AJC Regional Director

 February 9th at 8 PM


One year ago, on the anniversary of the attack on the congregations in Pittsburgh, AJC released the results of a landmark survey of American Jewish opinion on antisemitism in America. The poll represented the largest and most comprehensive examination ever of American Jews’ experiences and perceptions of antisemitism and made it clear that American Jews view antisemitism as an increasingly significant problem in America.

Recently, AJC released a follow-up survey entitled “Antisemitism in America 2020”. AJC   replicated last year’s survey, but this year both Jews and non-Jews were interviewed on their views to broaden understanding of perceptions of antisemitism in our country. In addition, questions were added to explore views on antisemitism vs anti-Zionism.
The survey findings reveal a deep anxiety among American Jews and a disturbing lack of awareness among the general public of the severity of antisemitism in the U.S. (Zoom Link:

For over three decades, Myra Clark-Siegel has worked to promote the security and well-being of Jewish communities in the United States and Israel. She has extensive international experience in communications, public policy, and humanitarian programs through her work in the U.S., Israel, and Africa. She joined AJC Westchester/Fairfield as Regional Director after serving for over 10 years in