Thank you so very much for your encouragement, your strong support in 2020, and we are looking forward to a brighter future. We are grateful to our educators, Holocaust survivors -their Liberators, our donors, parents, students, and the well-wishers, for your ongoing support. We pray that 2021 will be a safer, happier, peaceful, and more productive year for our country and the world.
I wish you a Happy New Year!
Bill Tingling
Founder President
Tour for Tolerance
Marvin Scott, PIX 11 News, Senior Correspondent, Sally Frishberg Holocaust survivor—Educator, and Bill Tingling discussing Tour for Tolerance.
Rev. Gross, Judge Andy Baron, honoring Holocaust survivors -their Liberators for their service in educating, influencing, and empowering our nation’s youth about the importance of individual and civic responsibility.
Interfaith partners from the Jewish Faith, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the German Lutheran Church, Baptist Church, Adventist, Community activities and educators in unison celebrating peace and tolerance.
Dr. Russell Hotzler, President of New York City Technical College, and Dr. James Goldman, President of the Jewish Faculty & Staff Association (JFSA), honored Hon: David Gill, the Republic of Germany's Consul General to New York, with the JFSA Interfaith Achievement Award; Bill Tingling, President of School News Nationwide, with the JFSA Interfaith Achievement Award; and Dr. Inge Auerbacher, educator, author, and chemist, with the JFSA Distinguished Humanitarian Award.
Tal Brody
Israel's Goodwill Ambassador
Thank you, Tal, for your kindness and your community involvement.
Tal teaching a New York middle school student defensive basketball.
Andrea Bolender - Chair
Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center - New York
"We want a generation of people who will stand up. Maybe not physically, because it’s dangerous, but they will not be a bystander."
Sami Stegmann, Holocaust Survivor 
Educator, Motivational Speaker. He travels the world to speak to the youth about the importance of Tolerance.
Paul Bernstein
Paul and his brother Sandford C. (Zelman) Bernstein are the founders of Sanford C. Bernstein. It is now Alliance Bernstein.
Paul and Peggy have very supportive of our educational initiative, equal justice, and world peace.
Paul and Peggy Bernstein received the Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams, Citation Award, and Dimitry Lokanzov, Soldier – Liberator.
Dimitry Lokanzov his Unit were fearless fighters; they freed thousands of people from the Nazis Concentration Camps.
New Yorkers, students, seniors, mothers, fathers, young and old, are marching in solidarity against hate, intolerance, antisemitism, bigotry, and all evil behaviors.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Place, New York, NY.
According to a new survey released Wednesday, nearly 20 percent of millennials and Gen Z in New York believe Jews caused the Holocaust.
Read more about the survey:
Deanna Tinglin and Cheryl Wills
Deanna was our director of operations. Cheryl Wills, New York 1 News Anchor, was the Master of Ceremony at one of our Tour for Tolerance events in New York.
Sally Frishberg
The Nazis invaded her country Poland and started murdering Jewish mothers, father's sisters, and brothers. Sally and her family hid in the attic, of a barn, of a Polish Catholic name of Stanislaw Grocholski. Sally and 15 people crowded into a small space for two years when the Russian liberated them. They couldn't walk down the stairs because their knees were weak. Sally eventually traveled to the United States and became a School Teacher. She is highly active with Tour for Tolerance.
Mr. Mark Becher and Mr. Mark Mallor are Bill’s schoolteachers. Mr. Becher taught Bill in Junior High school and high school, and Mr. Mallor was Bill’s high school teacher. They are both supportive of our Tour for Tolerance educational initiative.
Jennifer Teege
is a Black German woman sharing her story at our Tour for Tolerance event about her grandfather Amon Goeth, a Nazi concentration Camp Commander. In the movie Schindler’s List, Amon Goeth is known as the
"Butcher of Plaszow"
(Plaszow Concentration camp in Poland).
The above video is from one of her televised event in Germany
Amon Goeth
Amon Goeth was the Commander of the Plaszow Concentration Camp in Poland. After the war, Amon was charged with murder, genocide, the death of more than 8,000 people, and 2,000 more during the evacuation of the Krakow Ghetto. Amon was found guilty and hanged.
His last words were,
"Heil Hitler.
Soldiers- Liberators all over 90 years old, freed thousands of people from the Nazis concentration camps. Standing above the Liberators are Cadets from the Fort Hamilton High School Tiger Battalion, all under 18 years old. Above right is Sgt Cruz, an active United States Marine. All from different generations, working together, supporting tolerance and world peace.
Deborah Lauter, Executive Director, NYC Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes, Rabbi Joe Potasnik, NYBR, Faith-Based Leaders, Bill Tingling, Educators, and others, discussing hate crime prevention.
Tour for Tolerance students from many ethnic groups working together to make our world a better place to live and enjoy. Vision: a peaceful, humane world that respects human dignity among all people. Mission: to promote tolerance, our common humanity, and the importance of individual and civic responsibility among the youth of all backgrounds.
Laniado Hospital Medical Staff
Rabbi Yehudah survived the Holocaust and built the Laniado Hospital in Netanya, Israel. It is a multi-facet hospital where Jews, Christians, Muslims, Arabs, more than 1 750 employees from many ethnic groups, working together in the name of Love and Peace.
Bill Tingling speaking at the Laniado Hospital event in New York.
The true-life story of Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam, a Holocaust survivor, who kept his promise.
Students will engage with Virtual Reality, Holograms content, Dimensions, Artificial intelligence, and Testimonies on our TFT bus. The bus center will be dominated by interactive, activated worktables that include spaces to host physical artifacts from museum partners and digital engagements. Each bus will serve more than 65,000.00 students and adults per year.
Boris Feldman
100 Year old - Liberator
Soldier of Valor -Educator, Lecturer, Motivational Speaker.
Ambassador Dani Dayan, Israel Consul General, Lenny Wilf, (r) the Chair of the American Society for Yad Vashem, presented a Certificate, posthumously honoring Mrs. Zednka Kresic from Croatia. Mrs. Zedka risked her life to save many Jews from the Nazi's concentration camps. Her son, Miro Kresic, accepted the Certificate of Honor on behalf of the American Society for Yad Vashem.
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