The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) was originally founded to combat Jewish hate, but since their founding, they’ve become left-wing ideologues with a tremendous reach in power. In recent years, they’ve gone as far as to publish hit pieces against right-wing talk show hosts and other personalities or entertainers. Along with the political views they intend to promote, they’ve also promoted CRT, transgender ideology under the premise of acceptance, and sexuality and gender-based education, along with other left-wing ideologies.
The Anti-Defamation League announced in a statement that the organization is reviewing its education content after a Fox News Digital investigation into the curriculum it offers to teachers and students.
In a statement to Fox News Digital, an ADL spokesperson stated they don’t teach critical race theory but admitted how some of their curriculum materials are “misaligned” with their values.
“ADL is guided by a mission statement that was written when the organization was founded in 1913: our purpose is to ‘stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.’ This mission compels us to fight antisemitism and all forms of bigotry and prejudice, from virulent anti-Zionism to vicious xenophobia. In service to our mission, we have developed anti-bias and anti-hate education programs over the past four decades. These programs are designed to educate students and help them confront hate. We are proud we have helped millions of children across America learn to challenge bias, discrimination, and hate against all people.
We do not teach Critical Race Theory, period.
That said, we are far from perfect and clearly there is content among our curricular materials that is misaligned with ADL’s values and strategy. We intend to address this issue immediately and openly. We are moving to launch a thorough review of our education content. We will review the findings and implement a process to update them appropriately and expeditiously. We will get this right.”
The ADL has attempted to distance themselves from CRT in classrooms, despite previous endorsements of the theology as a whole. CRT has been advertised as just an attempt to right the wrongs of racism, teach against racism, and fight White supremacy. However, it remains very controversial due to the lesson plans including teaching White students about their inherent privilege, which parents are worried the intention is to make White children feel guilty despite doing nothing wrong themselves.