Holidays Happening This Week

Dear Friends,  The Hindu festival of Holi is this week! Holi is often called the festival of colors, because “playing Holi” means flinging colors. This year Holi will take place on March 20th – 21st. Take a look at our new Holi Fact Sheet for more information about the holiday and the potential workplace implications […]

Yes, Tanenbaum Has Thought About Rep. Omar…

As an organization dedicated to combating religious bigotry, Tanenbaum was repeatedly asked where it stood in the debate surrounding Representative Ilhan Omar and the welcome resolution by the House condemning religious bigotry including anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and identity focused hatred. Through the heated news cycle focusing on her, our response was presented in our Weekly Religion […]

Kia Kaha

Dear friends, When I woke up this morning, I planned to send out some reflections on anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. But then, once again, in a way that is still shocking, numbing and terrifying, I read of another slaughter driven by religious bigotry and hate.  This time, the place is New Zealand, in a city whose […]

Spring is Busy! Here’s How to be Prepared

Dear Friends,  Holidays arise throughout the year and spring is filled with them! From March through early June, many around the world this year will be observing Vaisakhi, Passover, Easter, and Ramadan. You can learn about each of these holidays, their impact on the workplace, and more by visiting Tanenbaum’s Workplace Resources page for fact sheets and […]

Celebrating All Women on International Women’s Day

For well over a century, International Women’s Day has been celebrated annually on March 8. It’s a day that’s not specific to a country, religion or organization — rather, it belongs to all women in every group everywhere. International Women’s Day is about supporting all women. It’s an opportunity to celebrate women as important contributors […]