Pine Brook Jewish Center Presents

Two Men...Two Stories...Two Journeys

and No Place for Hate.

Sunday, May 21st 2017, 6:30 pm

Pine Brook Jewish Center

174 Changebridge Road, Montville, NJ

 

Join us as we embark on this guided tour through the minds of those who want to hurt others because of their differences. A former racist skinhead, Arno Michaelis, and a race relations expert, Daryl Davis, break the rules of racism.

 

Arno Michaelis

A founding member of the world's largest White power skinhead organization and lead vocalist of the popular hate metal band Centurion, Arno Michaelis once seethed with racial hostility, hell-bent on the destruction of anyone who wasn't white. His book, My Life After Hate, vividly details how forgiveness, offered by the very people he detested, turned his life around.

 

Daryl Davis

An internationally known recording artist, Daryl Davis met with members of the KKK, neo-Nazis, and other White supremacist groups seeking to understand where their hate came from. His book, Klan-Destine Relationships, details his unique and successful method of defecting White supremacists by befriending them. Daryl has led entire families from hate groups and dissolved nationwide Klan chapters, all with the power of friendship.

 

 

Open to the Public

Ticket price: $10 in advance, $12 at the door.

RSVP to synagogue office at 973-244-9800 or noplaceforhate@pbjc.org

With the support of OneMontville

 

The Montville Township High School's Culture Club will be sponsoring their second FOREIGN FILM NIGHT on Friday, January 6, 2017. 

 

This Oscar nominated Irish animated film from the director of 2009's The Secret of Kells is a treat; an enchanting and very moving "family film".  The story is rooted in Irish folklore, with selkies, giants and faeries slipping in and out of a tale of a vanished mother, a grieving father, and two lost but resourceful children trying to make their way home.

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