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Rabbi Creditor's bio:
Rabbi Menachem Creditor serves as the Pearl and Ira Meyer Scholar in Residence at UJA-Federation New York and was the founder of Rabbis Against Gun Violence. An acclaimed author, scholar, and speaker with over 3 million views of his online videos and essays, he was named by Newsweek as one of the fifty most influential rabbis in America. His numerous books and 6 albums of original music include the global anthem "Olam Chesed Yibaneh" and the COVID-era 2-volume anthology "When We Turned Within." He and his wife Neshama Carlebach live in New York, where they are raising their five children.
Bring Rabbi Creditor to teach in your community!
Immerse yourself in a transformative learning experience with Rabbi Menachem Creditor. In his teachings around the world, Rabbi Creditor brings his expertise and dynamic teaching style to guide participants of every background on a journey through the intersection of ancient wisdom and modern life. Through engaging lectures and interactive discussions, participants will delve into the rich tapestry of Jewish tradition, exploring its relevance to contemporary challenges and opportunities. With Rabbi Creditor's insightful guidance, participants will emerge with a deeper understanding of how timeless teachings can inspire personal growth, foster community connections, and illuminate a path toward a more meaningful existence.
selected coverage of Rabbi Creditor's work:
- VIDEO: Jewish Values on Women's Reproductive Freedom and the intersection of Gun Violence and Domestic Violence - Rabbi Creditor moderates a conversation between Sheila Katz of the National Council of Jewish Women and Deborah Rosenbloom of Jewish Women International. - NY Lions Lunch; November 2022
- PODCAST: Behind The Ballot Box: On Gun Violence (with Rabbi Menachem Creditor and Dorian Karp) - September 2020
- VIDEO: Rabbi Menachem Creditor, NYC Mayor de Blasio, Cardinal Dolan, Address Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting - October 2018
- VIDEO: Eradicating Gun Violence in America (Valley Beit Midrash interview with Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz)