The Daniel Pearl Education Center
Located at the Temple B’nai Shalom in East Brunswick, NJ. It is a unique non-profit, charitable organization committed to the ideals of understanding and cooperation — those principles that are part of the legacy of the late Daniel Pearl.
Pearl, the Southeast Asia bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal, was kidnapped and murdered by extremists in Pakistan on February 1, 2002.
News and Event
The Daniel Pearl Education Center reinforced its commitment to community and understanding with a special showing of the award-winning documentary, Sister Rose’s Passion. Following the film, David Bossman, Ph.D. and Marilyn Zirl of the Sister Rose Thering Fund at...read more
One of our most popular programs is our annual Golf & Canasta/Mah-Jongg/Board Game Classic – a fundraiser to support the important work of the Daniel Pearl Education Center. The DPEC is committed to ensuring that the spirit of community and understanding, the legacy...read more
Ruth and Judea Pearl, parents of the late Daniel Pearl, offer a message of hope for cooperation and harmony as we celebrate the 14th annual Daniel Pearl World Music Days.read more
Our hearts go out to the families of James Foley and Steven Sotloff, the journalists who were murdered by Islamic State militants. It saddens and troubles us that, instead of embracing universal cries for cooperation and non-violent solutions to the region’s vexing...read more