Rabbi Gerald Sussman
Rabbi in the News
In 2014, Kulanu has chose to honor Rabbanit Bonita and Rabbi Gerald Sussman, a power couple whose work with Kulanu has had a profound impact on Kulanu communities and on the mission of our organization. In the last four years, Boni and Rabbi Gerald have traveled to India, Cameroon, Nicaragua, and New Guinea on behalf of isolated and emerging Jewish communities. This year alone, they have visited Nicaragua a second time and plan to travel to Madagascar this summer. They are true pioneers and, one might say, holy malachim or messengers on behalf of Judaism. Where there are people who seek to learn about our faith, the Sussmans are there. When a community leader has needed access to Jewish education, they have responded; when a community has looked for Jewish books, a Torah, teachers, the Sussmans are on the front line. Together or separately, they continue to make an impact as they crisscross the world on Kulanu business.
1/25/2013 Staten Island's Rabbi Gerald Sussman offers suggestions on gun control- The Staten Island Advance
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- As more than a month has passed since the massacre of 26 children and adults in Newtown, Conn., the focus both on Staten Island and nationally is on gun control as a potential means of reducing the risk of another senseless tragedy.
Project Hospitality Gears Up tp Serve the Community This Holiday Season.
9/18/2010 12:26 PM
Project Hospitality Gears Up To Serve The Community This Holiday Season Rabbi Sussman interview on New York 1 News about Project Hospitality.
08/30/2010 12:02 PM
Rabbi Sussman was interviewed on New York 1 News about the Mosque controversy.
See what he has to say here
"Community Leaders Say Interfaith Walk Takes On New Meaning"
Rabbi and Bonita Nathan Sussman jointly authored an article for Asian Jewish Life
" India Journal- Life with the Bene Ephraim"
08/11/2010 09:25 PM- Video and Article
Religious Leaders, Council Members Discuss Prevention Of More Bias Attacks
The Jewish Community of Staten Island
Rabbi Sussman wrote the introduction the book "The Jewish Community of Staten Island, New York ."
The book can be purchased at Barnes and Noble