Nathaniel D. Cantor, 18, of Montclair, NJ, received his Eagle Badge from the Boy Scouts of America. Nate’s Eagle project was organizing and overseeing the spray painting of warnings on sewer grates against the dumping of toxic wastes. His project was done at the behest of the Montclair Environmental Affairs Coordinator. Nate attends Washington University in St. Louis.
Max C. Liebersohn, 18, of Philadelphia, became an Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. Max’s Eagle project took place on September 14, 2004. He oversaw the cleaning of a local playground, including such activities as spreading woodchips and installing a new layer of sand in the sandbox. Max remains active with his troop, acting now as an Assistant Scoutmaster. Max attends Goucher College in Baltimore.
The New York Times has an article on Ted Nordhaus (Israel Aaron Cantor>Solomon Cantor>Minna Cantor Friedberg>Jeanne Nordhaus>Ted Nordhaus) about the paper he co-authored entitled “The Death of Environmentalism”
Dan Cantor, big time player in the New York politics scene, is profiled in today’s issue of the paper of record.
Dan Cantor, son of Herb Cantor and great-grandson of Israel Cantor, has an op-ed in the New York Times today arguing in favor of raising taxes in order to pay for much needed public services.
Dan is the executive director of the Working Families party of New York.
Dan Cantor is profiled in this month’s New York Magazine.