Read Our New Fact Sheet on Death & Mourning

In times of ongoing uncertainty, workplaces are not immune from the impacts of COVID-19 and end of life experiences. To support you and your colleagues as you support one another, Tanenbaum’s newest resource is available for all. Addressing the rituals of death and mourning across religions, with an emphasis on the ongoing impact of COVID-19, […]

Jewish Holy Days are Around the Corner

Dear Tanenbaum Community, Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (the Jewish Day of Atonement) will take place this year September 18 – September 20 and September 27-28, respectively. Together, these are known as the High Holy Days and are often regarded as the most important of all Jewish holidays. Employees observing these […]

Healing as a Community

Dear Tanenbaum Community – On August 11 and 12, 2017, a “Unite the Right” white nationalist rally was held in Charlottesville. Violent factions of the neo-Nazi movement converged with a new generation of internet trolls, spilling onto the streets of Charlottesville, Va., in the largest gathering of white supremacists the United States had seen in […]

SimClinic: Virtual tool for practicing cultural competence

Dear Tanenbaum Community, I hope you all are doing well! I’m reaching out because our Health Care program has launched two new modules of Tanenbaum’s SimClinic. The SimClinic is an online educational tool to help medical students (and any health care provider) solidify their skills in religio-cultural competency and professionalism. While it’s designed for medical […]

Be Outraged by Injustice

Dear Tanenbaum Community, As we continue to work towards a more equitable world that promotes justice and builds respect for religious difference, we’d like to share some helpful resources for accomplishing this work. Listen/Watch: Religion’s Role in Social Change: CFR webinar, which explores the relationship between religion and social justice. Religion and Anti-Racism: CFR series, […]