Baha'i News -- Religion Briefs
From the Journal Sentinel
Last Updated: Oct. 4, 2002
Racine Islamic Center hosting interfaith event
The Racine Islamic Center will hold an interfaith panel and dinner at 2 p.m. Sunday in commemoration of W. Deen Mohammed Day with the
theme "Our God and Your God is One and the Same" at the Racine Civic Center Festival Hall, 5 Fifth St., Racine.
Panelists include the Baha'i, Jewish, Islamic, Christian and Buddhist faiths. Wayne Johnson, Racine Interfaith Coalition president, is
moderator. Reservations are not needed. Donations will be requested. Call (262) 633-9942.
W. Deen Mohammed speaking tonight
Imam W. Deen Mohammed, leader of the Muslim American Society, will speak on "How Islam Promotes Healthy Citizenship" at 7 tonight at
the Midwest Express Center, 400 W. Wisconsin Ave. The free event is open to the public and will promote Clara Mohammed School's health fair,
which is 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 12 at the school, 317 W. Wright St. Call (414) 263-6772.
Unitarians to mark Coming Out Day Sunday
First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, 1342 N. Astor St., will mark National Coming Out Day with services at 9:15 and 11:15 a.m. Sunday.
A gay male and a lesbian will share their coming-out journeys. There also will be a forum at 10:15 a.m. featuring Neil Albrecht, executive
director of the Milwaukee Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center, talking about current issues and inclusive environments. The
Rev. Andrew C. Kennedy, pastor, will lead the services. Call (414) 273-5257.
Haitian activist to speak at Cross Lutheran
Madame Viviane Nicholas, a Haitian activist who spent seven years in exile in Canada for challenging the government to maintain Haiti's
African heritage, will speak at the 9:30 a.m. service Sunday at Cross Lutheran Church, 1821 N. 16th St. She also will participate in the
adult forum from 11:15 to noon and speak during a light meal at 12:30 p.m. The public is welcome at all events. She was a 1988 Gamaliel
Former banker to play inspirational music
Steve Hall, an international artist and former bank vice president, will perform his inspirational piano compositions at 7 p.m. Tuesday
at North Shore Congregational Church, 7330 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Fox Point. A $10 donation at the door is suggested.
Spiritual music offered at Unity West Church
Douglas Blue Feather, a songwriter and performer of contemporary North American flute music, will play spiritual music at a free
performance at 7 p.m. Sunday at Unity West Church, 4750 N. Mayfair Road, Wauwatosa.
Program on menopause offered at Mount Mary
"The Menopause Experience: A Spiritual View" will be offered by The Center to BE and Mount Mary College's alumnae relations office from 7
to 9 p.m. Thursday at the college, 2900 N. Menomonee River Parkway. Register at (414) 672-5932 or by e-mail, email@example.com.
Voice of the Faithful to meet on south side
The public is invited to a meeting of the Southeast Wisconsin Affiliate of Voice of the Faithful at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Roman's
Church, 1710 W. Bolivar Ave. Topics include challenges facing the church and plans related to three primary goals: supporting those who have
been sexually abused by clergy; supporting priests of integrity; and shaping structural change within the Church. For more information, log
on to www.votfwis.org.
Author of book on black boys to address banquet
Jawanza Kunjufu, a noted lecturer and author of "Countering the Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys," is the keynote speaker for the first
annual educational honors banquet of the African American Association of Independent Schools Inc.
The theme of the banquet, scheduled for Friday at the Hilton Hotel, 509 W. Wisconsin Ave., is "Honoring the Founder of Choice," in
honor of state Rep. Annette Polly Williams, a pioneer of the school choice movement in Milwaukee.
Tickets are $45 each. For more information, contact Taki Raton, administrator at the Blyden Delany Academy, at (414) 933-1130.
Appeared in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Oct. 5, 2002.
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