DR. DAVID AND PAULETTE GREENBERG
The impetus was Dr. David and Paulette Greenberg receiving the 2003 Temple Shalom Humanitarian Award. The Greenberg Center was formed, bridging a gap in Holocaust education by coordinating the acclaimed traveling exhibit “The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 1933-1945” with Pikes Peak Library District. Unresolved issues surrounding the rights of Native Americans were addressed in “When the Land Was Sacred: Our Living Heritage.” In addition, The Greenberg Center's world-focus programs and exhibits have tackled Darfur genocide, World War II, terrorism and human trafficking. In 2017 this dynamic couple and their board put the focus on the American justice system, bringing in experts on prison reform, speaker Morris Dees, founder of The Southern Poverty Law Center, and convicted murderer and lecturer Shaka Senghor. Expected next: helping change the world through music.
— Linda Navarro