Meet the Peacemakers

The week from July 9th to the 16th was a special one for Tanenbaum. We had the rare opportunity to visit with the diverse and passionate women and men, who are dedicating their lives to promoting peace, religious understanding, and a safer world – Tanenbaum’s Peacemakers in Action. This opportunity arises only once every few […]

Aaron Levine in Marseilles, France in WW2

An Interview with Deborah Levine, ‘The Liberator’s Daughter’

An interview with Deborah Levine by Ellie Green Deborah Levine was born into one of the only Jewish families in British Bermuda. She has since immigrated to the U.S., and now resides in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Deborah is an award-winning author who has written extensively on religion and diversity including, Religious Diversity at Work and Teaching […]

Peacemakers Condemn Another Horror

With a resounding and unified voice, we – a network of religiously-motivated Peacemakers from 20 armed conflict and post-conflict regions around the world – condemn today’s mass fatal incident in Nice, France. Spanning different religions and beliefs, we know the suffering and devastation engendered by extremism. As Peacemakers, we stand together as a positive alternative […]

Remembering Elie Wiesel

Thank you Elie Wiesel for bearing witness. Tanenbaum mourns the loss of our Leadership Council member. Rest in peace. In remembrance, we share your wisdom… Once you bring life into the world, you must protect it. We must protect it by changing the world. Peace is our gift to each other. Wherever men and women […]

People assist a mother who lost a relative in Monday's attack. From Emirates 24/7

United Against Hate

Dear Friends, With resolute condemnation, Tanenbaum acknowledges the news of another terror attack. It is with a heavy-heart that we mourn the slaughter of 36 innocent people and pray for the 147 others now known to be injured at the Istanbul Ataturk Airport in Turkey. While those responsible and the motivation remains unclear (both the […]