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Hazon hosted an event that brought Jewish, Muslim and Christian people together at Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue for solidarity and discussion. They heard from Southwest Detroit Mission’s Pastor John Cummings, Michigan Muslim Community Council’s Imam Mika’il Stewart Saadiq and IADS Rabbi Ariana Silverman. Speakers brought a hopeful message of unity and stressed the need to come together. Attendees enjoyed some nosh from Milk & Honey/Soul Cafe, coffee from Avalon Bakery and created beeswax candles using locally grown herbs from The Farm on Jennings in Ann Arbor.

Pastor John Cummings of Southwest Detroit Mission, Rabbi Ariana Silverman from Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue and Imam Mika’il Stewart Saadiq of the Michigan Muslim Community Council
Cantor Steve Klaper of Oak Park and Franciscan friar Brother Al Mascia from Song and Spirit Institute for Peace
Janie Slayden of Grosse Pointe Park and Dina Paulson of Detroit with their freshly poured candles
Adrianna Risveglia of Detroit assists Marla Schloss of West Bloomfield in the pouring of beeswax for the candles
Detroit resident Sky Brown organized the event, and Ilana Unger volunteered her assistance on behalf of Hazon Detroit
Ari Weil of Detroit and Sam Molnar of Ferndale
Vicki Sitron of West Bloomfield with Arlene Frank of Detroit and Sue Salinger of Sylvan Lake
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CDM 02.27.2017

Keep unifying with the Muslims. Maybe they'll finally leave the Jews alone.