Oct 14: Confronting Hate: The Baltimore Legacy of Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum

Georgett Bennet and book cover of confronting hate

An Online Conversation with Tanenbaum Founder Georgette Bennett, Ph.D.
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 | 12:00–1:00 p.m.

For this free online event, Tanenbaum Founder Georgette Bennett, Ph.D., will discuss the new biography, Confronting Hate: The Untold Story of the Rabbi Who Stood Up for Human Rights, Racial Justice, and Religious Reconciliation, by Deborah and Gerald Strober, and help us think about how Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum’s life and teachings can inform our approach to current challenges. Bennett is Tanenbaum’s widow and a leading figure in interreligious relations in her own right


About Rabbi Tanenbaum

Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum was a pivotal 20th-century interreligious leader in the United States. He helped spur the Roman Catholic church toward what would become the church’s major declaration about non-Christian religions, Nostra Aetate. A Baltimore native, Tanenbaum was a pioneer in Jewish–Christian relations, a civil rights leader and friend of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a prolific author.