‘Repairing Together’ teaches tolerance

WHITEFISH BAY – On Jan. 27, Milwaukee Jewish Day School 7th and 8th grade students welcomed 8th grade students from Milwaukee College Prep to experience a session about tolerance and peace.

Michael from Milwaukee College Prep and Robert Crawford from Milwaukee Jewish Day School meet.

Michael from Milwaukee College Prep and Robert Crawford from Milwaukee Jewish Day School meet.

The session was run by Serve2Unite, a non-profit led by Pardeep Kaleka, the son of the Oak Creek Sikh leader who was murdered four years ago and his partner, Arno Michaelis, a former white supremacist. This program was organized by Repairing Together, a partnership between MJDS and Milwaukee area schools. Repairing Together was started by Elsie Crawford in August 2016 with the goal of producing and executing thematic social and environmental action programming.