Students Participate with ADL Unity Through Understanding Day
On Friday, March 2nd, the Anti-Defamation League hosted its annual Unity Through Understanding Day. This inspiring event brings together 180 high school sophomores from 29 high schools across the city to get them talking about diversity, confronting hatred and bullying in their schools, and promoting inclusivity in their communities. The diverse group of students comes from different types of schools and from different neighborhoods across the city, and together they discuss how to build stronger, more accepting and inclusive school communities. Lutheran High School Junior, Danté Herbert, was selected to travel to Washington D.C. to promote the “No Place for Hate” ideology. He was also honored to introduce a local Holocaust survivor, Ann Levy, who discussed the impact hate can have when it goes unaddressed.