Led by a volunteer board, the Friends of the Racine Public Library are a group of local citizens who care about our public library. We contribute time, effort and resources to promote and support public library resources and community programs. By underwriting acquisitions and activities at and for the benefit of the Racine Public Library, we seek to help keep this community institution growing and teaching for generations to come.
Gift of Our Wounds
Thursday, November 14
at the Golden Rondelle
1525 Howe Street
6:30—8:00 pm; doors open at 6:00 pm.
Arno Michaelis and Pardeep Singh―a former white supremacist
and the son of a man killed by a white supremacist―were never
supposed to know one another, let alone see each other as brothers. Today their impossible friendship has become a beacon of light,
blueprint for action, and testament to a revolutionary love.
This program is free, but reservations are recommended.
Call 262-260-2154 for and leave a message
or reserve online at
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