The World Around Us: Live Webinar Wednesday, May 27th

The World Around Us
Lessons from Combating Supremacism for the Religiously Inclusive Workplace

Wednesday, May 27th | 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET

Mark Fowler, Deputy CEO, Tanenbaum
Arno Michaelis, author of My Life After Hate/ co-author of The Gift of Our Wounds.

Join Tanenbaum Deputy CEO, Rev. Mark Fowler and Arno Michaelis, author of My Life After Hate and co-author of The Gift of Our Wounds, to better understand what hate and supremacism look like today. This conversation will draw on Arno’s insights as a current leader in the peacebuilding field and the former founder of a worldwide skinhead organization. Learn more about how workplaces are impacted in the current socio-political environment and how they can respond.

Click here to register for the webinar today!

Controversial Conversations


Yesterday was #GivingTuesday and we’re thankful—for all of you who made donations. So, to show our appreciation, we’re making today Tanenbaum #GratitudeWednesday. Because, notwithstanding all that plague us, including religious bigotry and hate, there’s much to be grateful for, including a pair of Tanenbaum friends who exemplify how to move beyond hatred to love.

As part of #GratitudeWednesday, we’re sharing some clips and photos of Arno Michaelis, a former White Supremacist, and his Sikh partner for peace, Pardeep Singh Kaleka, taken during one of our recent events, Controversial Conversations. And we thank you, because we can only hold these learning conversations with your support.

For the first time ever, we live-streamed the discussion on Facebook and Instagram! And we learned a lot about white supremacy, Sikh beliefs in our humanity, and how Pardeep began healing after his father was killed (by another white supremacist).

And again, my thanks,

Joyce S. Dubensky
Tanenbaum CEO