Daniel Pearl Contemplative Garden at the University of British Columbia – Carved in Jerusalem Stone are the words “I am Jewish.” Daniel Pearl 2002. At the dedication ceremony, red soil from Israel was spread in the garden by Tamara Pearl, Danny’s sister. (August 17, 2010)

 

Daniel Pearl Magnet high School-Journalism and Communications – In 2010, the shcool relocated to a new campus within the Los Angeles School District.

 

Daniel Pearl Gymnasium – A gift from the Colburn Family Foundation was dedicated in 2002 at Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. A mural by Lisa Fisher dedicated in October 2005.

 

National Jewish Book Award for Anthologies – Given to “I Am Jewish: Personal Reflections Inspired by the Last Words of Daniel Pearl,” edited by Judea and Ruth Pearl. The book has spawned public discussions in communities across the U.S. and Canada on what it means to be a Jew in the post 9/11 era. (December 2004)

 

Pittsfield Transportation Center Mural – A six-panel mural unveiled in Pittsfield, MA, featuring Danny’s full image on the first panel. (November 2004) Press Release

 

Le Daniel PearLoge – The Paris Chapter of B’nai B’rith named its volunteer unit after Daniel Pearl to promote religious tolerance. (January 2004)

 

Daniel Pearl Education Center – Temple B’nai Shalomin East Brunswick, N.J., named this for Daniel as “a symbol of tolerance and open-mindedness.” (October 2002)

 

Daniel Pearl Memorial Sculpture and Plaque – installed in the lobby of The Wall Street Journal in new York:”In remembrance of Danny’s pursuit of truth and dialogue, his respect for people of all backgrounds, and his love of music, humor and friendship.” (October 2002)