Pop Social Event "Rosenwald" Dinner & Movie Sept 20th 2015

A remarkable movie, "Rosenwald," about a righteous man who used to live in this area

http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/rosenwald-2015

is currently showing at the Renaissance Place Theatre in Highland Park at 1850 2nd Street,

The Olers and Henkins plan to attend the 7:30 PM showing this Sunday, Sept 20 and hope that more Kadima
members might join us. The description and other show times are found below.
We will meet at the Panera's across the street (1853 2nd St) at about 6:15 for light fare. Many other eateries are within 50 yards
of this location. It is recommended to buy tickets at least an hour in advance and get into seats by about 7.
Please reply to this if you plan to attend this showing. If we have 25 people or more, we may get a group rate on tickets. If you would like to join us at 7 but are unable to come early, let us know if you would like us to order tickets for you.
Perhaps we can fill up a few tables at Panera's!
TICKETS / Chicago / Renaissance Place Cinema

Today 9/18 Sat 9/19 Sun 920 Mon 9/21 Tue 9/22 Wed 9/23 Thu 9/24

Handicap Accessible
IR Hearing Devices
Hearing Loop

2:30 PM
5:00 PM
7:30 PM TARGET SHOWING KADIMA
9:45 PM

Rosenwald is the incredible story of Julius Rosenwald, who never finished high school but rose to become co-owner of Sears, Roebuck & Co. Influenced by the writings of the educator Booker T. Washington, this Jewish philanthropist joined forces with African American communities to build over 5,300 schools across the segregated South during the early part of the 20th century, providing 660,000 black children with access to education. Inspired by the Jewish ideals of tzedakah (charity) and tikkun olam (repairing the world), and a deep concern over racial inequality in America, Rosenwald used his wealth to become one of America’s most effective philanthropists. Because of his modesty, Rosenwald’s philanthropy and social activism are not well known today, despite giving away $62 million in his lifetime. Recipients of the Rosenwald Fund to support African American artists included Gordon Parks Jr., Marian Anderson, W.E.B. Du Bois and Langston Hughes. Interviews in the film include Maya Angelou, Julian Bond, Rep. Danny Davis, Rita Dove, Benjamin Jealous, Rep. John Lewis, Clarence Page, Eugene Robinson, Cokie Roberts and Ambassador David Saperstein. From the award-winning director of The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg and Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg.

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