• The Daniel Pearl Education Center (DPEC) is hosting its 4th annual Golf Classic on Sunday, June 11 at the Cranbury Golf Club in West Windsor. In addition to an 18-round golf tournament, the outing will include a dinner in the clubhouse and chances to win exciting golf equipment and other prizes.[...]

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    The nationally-renowned PS22 Chorus, a 5th-grade chorus from Staten Island, is coming back to East Brunswick for another amazing free concert in support of the Daniel Pearl Education Center (DPEC) on Thursday, June 1 at 7 p.m. The concert will be hosted by Temple B’nai Shalom, 15 Fern Road in [...]

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      Soprano Beverly Owens, well known throughout the area for her solo and choir performances, will perform a special Sarah Vaughan Tribute concert as part of Daniel Pearl World Music Days in October (date to be announced). The concert is free and will be hosted by Temple B'nai Shalom, 15 Fern Road, [...]

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    It is with a great deal of sadness that we note the passing of a great friend of the Daniel Pearl Education Center. Dr. Paul Winkler, the long-time director of the New Jersey Holocaust Education Commission, died this week. Paul became very involved with the DPEC very early in our history. His [...]

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    Speaker Series to Feature Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom

    The latest installment of the Daniel Pearl Education Center Speaker Series will feature a presentation by Sheryl Olitzky, the co-founder in 2010 of the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 26, beginning at 7:30 pm at Temple B’nai Shalom in East Brunswick, and [...]

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  • It is with a great deal of sadness that we note the passing of a great friend of the Daniel Pearl Education Center.

    Dr. Paul Winkler, the long-time director of the New Jersey Holocaust Education Commission, died this week.

    Paul became very involved with the DPEC very early in our history. His insight and enthusiasm was incredible. His vision and dedication to Holocaust education in the state was legendary. It is because of his passion that young people in our state learn the important lessons of man’s inhumanity to man, not just from the Holocaust but from all genocides that occur in our world.

    Paul’s infectious smile and his amazing friendliness will never be forgotten by our committee. His ideas and suggestions have certainly been a tremendous aid in our work. It was an honor for all of us to have had him involved in our work.

    May his memory be a blessing to his family and to all of his friends and colleagues.