Apple CEO Tim Cook to Accept ADL Courage Against Hate Award on December 3

At the once a year Never is Now Summit on Anti-Semitism and Hate, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) will provide Apple CEO Tim Cook with its inaugural Courage Against Hate Award.

Cook, says the ADL, has been “led via a powerful ethical compass” and has demonstrated that the industry neighborhood has a accountability to make the sector higher for all folks.

He lately stated, “We recommend for human rights as a result of Apple has at all times been about making merchandise for everybody. And, arguably, if persons are handled as second-class voters in any a part of the sector, then it is roughly onerous to do so purpose.”

Tim has been led via a powerful ethical compass. In his function as Apple CEO, Tim is dedicated to main via instance in tackling crucial social problems which can be additionally core to ADL’s project together with immigration and refugee rights, LGBTQ rights, cyberhate and civil rights.

The ADL additionally highlighted Apple’s donations to ADL and different civil rights teams, at the side of Cook’s inspiring letter to staff following the occasions of Charlottesville, the place he wrote: “We’ve observed the phobia of white supremacy and racist violence earlier than. It’s an ethical factor — an affront to America. We should all stand in opposition to it.”

For the entire causes indexed above, the ADL selected Cook as its award recipient.

Cook will likely be in attendance on the Never is Now Summit in New York City on December 3, the place he’ll discuss after receiving his award.

Tickets for the development are to be had for $150.

(Thanks, Joseph!)
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