antidefamation

antidefamation

(ˌæntɪˌdɛfəˈmeɪʃən)
adj
(of a group or organization) against defamation
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Lewis worked in Hollywood for the AntiDefamation League, lobbying against antiSemitism in the film industry.
Antidefamation groups denounced Puzo for creating a bad image of Italians in America; young Italian American boys formed 'Godfather' clubs; and real Mafiosi claimed that Puzo knew what he was writing about" (Gardaphe, Italian Signs 89).
The groups that joined Americans United on the brief include AntiDefamation League; Central Conference of American Rabbis; Interfaith Alliance Foundation; Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Foundation of America; Jewish Social Policy Action Network; Union for Reform Judaism and Women of Reform Judaism.
Cohen has won the Americanism Award of the AntiDefamation League, the American Red Cross Citizen of the Year Award, the National Cable Television Association Vanguard Award for Leadership and Impact in the Cable Industry and the President's Volunteer Service Award, among many other honors.
Protecting Our Muslim Youth from Bullying: The Role of the Educator" by Jinnie Spiegler of the AntiDefamation League and Sarah Sisaye of the Department's Office of Safe and Healthy Students
France needs to seriously rethink its antidefamation laws and include Islam and Muslims in it, especially since there are five million French Muslims and only 500,000 Jews.
Situating Levis writings in the context of European and Jewish Enlightenment thought, deism, atheism, and millenarianism, critics including Richard Popkin, Michael Scrivener, and David Ruderman have revealed how Levi served during the period, in Ruderman's words, as "a one man Jewish antidefamation league.
See also AntiDefamation League, "Richard Poplawski: The Making of a Lone Wolf," April 8, 2009, http://www.
Among the groups in the forefront of protecting Jewish interests and promoting congenial inter-group relations are the American Jewish Committee, the American Jewish Congress, and the AntiDefamation League (ADL) of B'nai B'rith.
A number of different antitrust and antidefamation laws govern what can and cannot be said in these meetings, and problems can arise even when they're moderated by law practitioners.
From these media platforms, they sell memberships in bogus Indian tribes and fake license plates, driver's licenses and other documents (United Washitaw de Dughah-moundyah, 2011; Antidefamation League, 2010).
Speaking at the meeting at the State House, Derrek Shulman from the AntiDefamation League, said: "This comprehensive approach to prevent bullying and deal with it promptly is overdue.