Let's ensure that American Diversity Report (ADR) continues to provide a valuable public service as an award-winning resource for a new generation of leaders—and for every generation. ADR benefitts workplaces and communities locally and globally. A free resource for 15 years, ADR fosters understanding and appreciation of diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) in our increasingly diverse world with hundreds of articles and dozens of writers.
REGISTER! Sept. 14 - 7:00pm ET, Carlos Cortes and Deborah Levine moderate a Town Hall and acknowledge our donors.
CLICK to REGISTER for ADR Town Hall on Shaping the Future of Diversity Amid Pandemic
NOTE: Donors of $275 will receive a 30 minute Zoom call with Deborah Levine. Donors of $400 get a full hour Zoom call with Deborah.
Join us and hear from Marc Brenman, Soumaya Khalifa, Simma Lieberman, Dr. Joseph Nwoye, and Dr. Elwood Watson. Please join our mission to Promote Diversity, Foster Inclusion and Counteract Hate. Together, we can make a lasting impact for the betterment of society during these troubling times, and for all times.
The ADR has benefitted the workplace and communities locally, nationally and globally for the past 15 years. The ADR has always been free of charge as part of my lifetime efforts to help foster greater understanding and acceptance of diversity, inclusion and related issues in our increasingly multicultural, multiracial and multiethnic nation — and, indeed, the world.
I persevere in this endeavor despite life-threatening illnesses. I have endured major surgery resulting in my being unable to speak for years. Unfortunately, I’ve also suffered through mourning the deaths of every member of my nuclear family. May they Rest In Peace.
The ADR is one significant way I continue to make my voice heard by sharing diversity resources and spreading a vital message about the importance of diversity and inclusion to make our world a better place for all people—which is needed now more than ever, as current events attest.
I'm grateful for my life and the ability to continue my father's legacy as a U.S. military intelligence officer who liberated a Nazi death camp during World War II. In addition to being the founder and editor-in-chief of ADR, I have served as the executive director of Jewish Federations, created the DuPage/Chicago Interfaith Resource Network and the Southeast Women's Council on Diversity.
While working in Tulsa, I was trained by the FBI in addressing and responding to hate groups after the tragic Oklahoma City bombing and destruction of the Murrah federal building by white supremacist domestic terrorists. I currently serve on the Tennessee Holocaust Commission and the Chattanooga Council Against Hate. My latest book is titled “When Hate Groups March Down Main Street: Engaging A Community Response”.
In addition to being an award-winning author of 15 books—and being named by Forbes Magazine as a top “Diversity and Inclusion Trailblazer”—I'm humbled by the honor of giving people a voice in the ADR. It's a privilege to engage every day with people of goodwill in tikkun olam (which in Hebrew means “repair of the world“).
The ADR’s diverse voices need to be heard now more than ever.
I can’t thank you enough for your kind consideration to make a lasting real-world difference by supporting diversity and inclusion efforts which are needed now more than ever. Thank you, hope to see you at the Donors Town Hall, and God bless you.
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