“Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other's eyes for an instant?” – Henry David Thoreau
As part of the citywide Light/The Holocaust and Humanity Project, the Mizel Museum and Fresh City Life will host concerts that bring our communities together in a spirit of unity and celebration of diversity.
Unbounded: Breaking the Chains of Modern Day Slavery
Tuesday, February 19, 7-8 p.m.
Central Library, Level 7 Vida Ellison Gallery
Created by Marta Burton, this free concert is a multi-media performance which draws upon the music, historical narratives and images of Jewish and African American experiences of oppression and slavery, to raise awareness of those enslaved globally today. After the performance, meet with representatives of local organizations and individuals that work to end current day slavery.
Whether you're thinking about your career, the holidays, how to use Craigslist, or want to learn about Hinduism, Fresh City Life My Branch has an eclectic schedule of classes for you this week!
Thinking about the next step in your career, or maybe starting over? Join folks from Westwood College for Career Management on Tuesday, December 4 at 5 p.m. at the Bear Valley Branch. Topics covered will include networking, job searching, resumes, and interview techniques.
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