“The ultimate test of a moral
society is the kind of world
that it leaves to its children.”
– Dietrich Bonhoeffer
We who have been
should work to understand
– Rabbi Judy Schindler
“Who is wise?” the Jewish
sages teach, “The one
who learns from all people.”
“Cooperation is the thorough
conviction that nobody
can get there unless
everybody gets there.”
- Virginia Burden
Rooted in our common humanity, drawing on lessons of the past, and reaching upward through education and advocacy are at the heart of the mission of the Stan Greenspon Center.
The Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice is Where Hope Takes Hold
History shows that courage in the face of darkness saves lives and shifts outcomes. Courage rooted in hope.
In every instance where people have had to overcome unspeakable acts of violence, discrimination, and persecution, hope has lead the way. Hope for peace, for love, and for equality.
We are the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice, and we exist to give voice to the voiceless, and form community partnerships to create positive change. We draw on history to guide our way as we advocate for those who need a spark of hope to lead them out of despair.
Promoting advocacy to create systemic change for the greater good.
Looking to the past to create inclusion and acceptance for all.
Working together to build transformative relationships across lines of difference.
Enabling thousands of years of Jewish texts, history and wisdom to speak to us and guide us today.
Faith In Housing: An Initiative for Congregations to Create Affordable Housing
Holocaust and Human Rights Education
Bring the lessons of the past into conversation with our present in order to intentionally shape a better future for you and your students.
We offer professional development for educators, assistance to administrators and teachers responding to incidents of hate, and programs for middle schools and high schools, youth groups and home school communities.
~ Miriam Oster
Before your 2018-2019 calendar fills up, be sure to save the date for these dynamic programs.
From plays to workshops to semester long courses on topics ranging from Kabbalah to the Holocaust to comparative religion, the Stan Greenspon Center is happy to help you expand your educational horizons.
The Stan Greenspon Center invites you back to school…
Jewish Studies and Social Justice Education is for everyone!
The Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice invites you to join us for our 3rd Anniversary Celebration: Responding to Cyberhate in the Age of Technology.
Join the Stan Greenspon Center for Peace & Social Justice on March 26th to hear the riveting story of Tonya Gersh, who fought back in the face of a neo-Nazi troll storm and engage in thought-provoking dialogue on the subject of how to stay safe online.
March 26, 2020 | 6:30-8:30 PM
Belk Chapel at Queens University, 1900 Selwyn Avenue.
Allison Miller is the Senior VP of Engineering and Cybersecurity Technology at Bank of America. She is active in the security community and speaks internationally on cyber strategy, technology design, fraud prevention, security analytics, and risk management.
Many thanks to our generous sponsors for this event: Queens McColl School of Business and Bank of America.
For more information, contact Talia Goldman, Goldmant@queens.edu.
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