Steven M. Freeman, Anti-Defamation League
As Vice President of Civil Rights and Director of Legal Affairs, Steve Freeman provides direction and oversight for ADL’s work on core civil rights equities, including countering anti-Semitism and hate, fighting bigotry and discrimination, safeguarding religious freedom and the separation of church and state, and promoting immigrant and refugee rights.
Steve joined ADL as Assistant Director of Legal Affairs in 1985, and over three decades he has coordinated the preparation of more than 300 amicus curiae briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court and various appellate courts across the country. Prior to joining ADL, Steve served as the Director of Special Projects for the Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry and as a staff attorney at the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (now Human Rights First).
Steve is a graduate of Yale University and Stanford Law School.
Friday, September 3
1:00 PM EST
National Stage-Race in America's Wave of Voter Suppression
As new voting laws across the United States are being legislated, we are starting to see the impact it will make regarding voting suppression that will impact Latino communities throughout the nation. Ten states have already passed restrictive voting laws and another 17 states are in the process of being passed into law. Not only will this impact Latinos, but it will also affect other minority groups that have already been affected by previous voting laws that have caused suppression in voting turnout. It is our duty to make sure that all Latinos and other minority groups across this country make sure that every person's voice is heard by protecting our voting rights that have been threatened by these recent voting laws.Register for this Event