Bill Tinglin receives Religious Freedom Award

Today, we attended a heartwarming event where community leader and philanthropist Bill Tinglin was honored at the site of Mill Street Synagogue, the first synagogue in North America. This special occasion celebrated Bill’s dedication to the Jewish community, religious freedom, and the importance of preserving the historic Mill Street Synagogue’s legacy. Founded in 1654 in …


Event: Dr. David Goldblatt Virtual Concert Date: Sunday, June 26, 2022 Time: 3:30 – 5:30 PM (EST) Where: Virtual- Live Stream (Link To Follow) Ticket Price: $50.00 Any additional donations would be greatly appreciated. Dr. David GoldblattMusic of Terezin Concentration Camp Tour for Tolerance (TFT) and its cosponsors are inviting you to a fundraising event …

Bill Tingling’s tolerance mission to Ukraine

Friday, October 1, 2021, Odessa, Ukraine. Today we had an important meeting with Odessa Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov and Odessa’s Governor Sergey Grinevetskiy. The meeting was in support of the building of a Holocaust Museum in Prokhorovsky Park Odessa, where the Nazis forced 54,000 Ukrainian Jews on a death walk to Bogdanovka. Upon their arrival the …

USC Shoah Foundation becomes official partner

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March against anti-Semitism draws 25,000 to New York City: ‘No Hate, No Fear’

NEW YORK CITY – Thousands of Jews and non-Jews alike took to the streets of New York City on Sunday, marching across the Brooklyn Bridge in a dramatic show of cross-faith unity after a string of bloody anti-Semitic attacks in the region. Chanting “No Hate, No Fear,” a crowd estimated at 25,000 from New York, …

An Evening of Remembrance

We are Soldiers of Valor (Liberators) all over 90 years old, who freed thousands of people from Hitler’s concentration camps. Standing above us are the Fort Hamilton High School Tiger Battalion, all under the age of 18, with Sgt Cruz, an active United State Marine. We are of different generations demonstrating and working together, supporting …

Dr. Ruth joins the Tour for Tolerance team

Nearly eight decades after the Holocaust, hate crimes against Jewish people have been increasing at alarming rates. There has been a 90% spike in anti-Semitic incidents in New York City alone over the past year. This comes as a groundbreaking exhibition on Auschwitz opens at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in lower Manhattan which explores …

Fox News covers Tour for Tolerance

By: Stacey Delikat, FOX 5 NY POSTED: JAN 02 2019 07:29PM EST VIDEO POSTED: JAN 02 2019 07:23PM EST UPDATED: JAN 03 2019 12:22PM EST NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) – The Holocaust, the civil rights movement, Japanese internment camps and the Rwandan genocide: they are just a few of the dark moments in history sparked by hatred and intolerance. …

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