Celebrate Respect for All Week with Tanenbaum

Dear Friends, From February 5th to 11th, schools across New York City will celebrate diversity and challenge intolerance during Respect for All Week. Incorporating materials on respecting religious difference into your Respect for All Week plans is important and Tanenbaum is here to help! Our educational resources challenge stereotypes that lead to bullying, teach the […]

Lunar New Year is Near, Happy Spring Festival

Dear Friends, Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is coming up on February 12th! The holiday is celebrated by many across Asia and around the world. Observances of Lunar New Year can vary by region or country, with a common theme being the celebration of time together and gathering with family. Employees […]

Honor Educators Worldwide with Tanenbaum

Dear Friends, International Day of Education gives us a chance to honor the educators around the world who are leading students through these difficult times. It reminds us that access to inclusive, high-quality education is essential to achieving equality and justice, and that the teachers who provide this access are performing a vital public service. […]

Beloved Tanenbaum Community, a Formula for Justice – Thank you Dr. King

Dear Tanenbaum Community – In August 1967, three years after the passage of The Civil Rights Act and just shy of eight months before his assassination, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered the presidential address at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s national conference. Dr. King, addressing the question of where do we go […]

No More Surprises

Dear Tanenbaum Community – Crosses, Shofars, and Christian flags were carried into the halls of Congress yesterday, as we witnessed Christian white supremacy at its purest and most dangerous. So what does it mean when the followers of someone who preached about “turning the other cheek” and “loving thy neighbor” stage an armed coup of […]