Upcoming Public Events
REPair Divides "Stepchild”
January 21, 2021 from 7:00pm - 8:30pm, Online via Zoom
Inspired by Grimm classics such as Cinderella, Hansel & Gretel, and Bluebeard, Stepchild tells a new story of Orella, a deaf girl coming of age during the Italian Renaissance. Through the eyes of a Deaf heroine, this underrepresented historical topic is given a musical fairy tale spin in a sweeping story of empowerment. The program will be followed by Zeidler Discussion. Email: to RSVP and join the conversation. This event will provide ASL Interpretation.
Join us Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 7 pm via Zoom for Frank Talk "The Roots of Medical Distrust in the Black Community" with special guests Lilliann Paine, Chief of Staff at the City of Milwaukee Health Department, Jim Addison, Coordinator of the African American HIV Program and the Family Fatherhood Coordinator at the Black Health Coalition of WI, and Clarence Montgomery, Case Manager and Licensed Counselor at the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. RSVP below and the Zoom Meeting Link will be sent to you via email prior to the event.
What are Frank Talks? Real conversations following Frank Zeidler's legacy of civil discourse. Join others in dialogue on vital issues that matter. These talks are serving a dual purpose of providing thoughtful awareness around social justice issues and providing spaces to have vital conversations.