In celebration of the centennial of the Anti-Defamation League, 92nd Street Y welcomed a group of esteemed journalists in a frank and free-ranging discussion about global anti-Semitism, Israel's position in the world and the advancements the ADL has made over the past 100 years. Look back over the history of anti-Semitism in America and at some of the defining moments in the history of ADL.
With Abe Foxman, the ADL's longtime director, Richard Cohen of the Washington Post, John Podhoretz of Commentary Magazine and Judith Miller, who was for many years with The New York Times and is now writing for a number of different media outlets. Moderated by Thane Rosenbaum.
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