Panel from MICAH to speak about hate crimes affecting children in Milwaukee
The event is on June 15, 2016 at Noon on the 3rd Floor of the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.
Milwaukee, WI – The Kiwanis Club of Milwaukee welcomes a panel of three speakers from Milwaukee Inner City Congregations Allied for Hope (MICAH) to discuss how hate crimes affect children in Milwaukee. The event is on June 15, 2016 at Noon on the 3rd Floor of the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.
MICAH is a multi-racial, interfaith organization committed to addressing social justice issues that have an impact on the community and on the members of MICAH congregations. MICAH’s goal is to empower people to act together in pursuit of justice and to organize so that people of many traditions can come together with one voice for justice. The panel will include Pastor Marilyn Miller, Minister Willie Brisco, and Muhammad Isa Sadlon.
Advanced reservations are required by June 9, 2016. Cost of $25.00 includes lunch and parking. To make reservations email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 414-276-1331.
Celebrating its 100th year, Kiwanis Club of Milwaukee consists of members who volunteer their time to help Milwaukee area children, the environment, and adults with disabilities. If you would like to learn more about becoming a member of Kiwanis Club of Milwaukee, and serving greater Milwaukee’s needs, please visit our website: www.kiwanismilwaukee.org. You can also follow our upcoming activities on facebook: www.facebook.com/kiwanis.milwaukee. Remember to Share!