The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance

The Greenbergs

Dr. David and Paulette Greenberg

The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance was founded in November of 2003 when Dr. David and Paulette Greenberg were presented with the Temple Shalom Humanitarian Award. In recognition of their award, the Greenberg Center was established to promote learning, understanding and acceptance that honors the cultural dignity of all mankind.


A donation to the Greenberg Center will help to assure that programs like this are made available to the Colorado Springs community.



The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance

Mission


The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance promotes learning, understanding, and acceptance that honors the cultural dignity of all humanity.


Past Programs

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Prison Reform

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The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance is proud to present "Colorado Welcomes Shaka Senghor" as the Signature Event for our 2016 prison reform program. The keynote address will begin promptly on the main stage at 6 pm, followed by a book signing in the main lobby.

Mr. Senghor is the best-selling author of Writing My Wrongs, TED Speaker, and activist on mass incarceration and prison reform. He recently appeared on Oprah Winfrey's Supersoul Sunday and has been featured on the CBS Morning Show, NPR, PBS, in the NY Daily News, Huffington Post, Atlantic Magazine, Wired, and more. He is a prominent face in the criminal justice reform movement, and we are honored to host his first Colorado appearance!

Free admission with tickets reserved online by October 2! No assigned seating. Doors open at 5 PM. Keynote begins at 6 PM. For group attendance, sponsor opportunities, and media inquiries please contact Anne Marie directly at AnneMarie@PlatinumPRGroup.com.

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