Tanenbaum Awarded 2018 Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize

Tanenbaum, a non-profit organization that promotes religious understanding in schools, workplaces, health care settings and regions of armed conflict across the globe has been awarded Hofstra University’s 2018 Guru Nanak Interfaith Prize, President Stuart Rabinowitz announced today. The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, founded 25 years ago and based in Lower Manhattan, offers programs and resources […]

MLK’s Weapon of Choice – For Combating Extremism

Dear Friends: 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. And one week from today, people across all faiths, in over 100 countries, will pause to honor his life. That is one of his many extraordinary legacies. King’s vision, strategic wisdom, and resilience continue to inspire us. That’s why, […]

Our New Year Resolutions

Today is Tanenbaum’s #givebackwednesday!

Dear Friends, Yesterday was #givingtuesday. And I’m sure you were bombarded with worthy causes asking for your support. To those of you who gave to make the world a better place—in whatever way you chose to do so—we say thanks. In honor of what we call #givebackwednesday, I want to share our tips for Respectful […]

Thanksgiving & American Indian Wisdom, Quotes & Prayers – Combating Extremism

Dear Friends: For many of us, the end of November is a time for visiting with family and dear friends, and thinking of the people and things that make us grateful. But often for the American Indian community, it’s different. For many of them, Thanksgiving is a holiday that ignores, and even celebrates, their history […]