In the lead up to Martin Luther King Day, the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect in partnership with the Main Line Reform Temple, presents a performance of ‘Letters from Anne and Martin’ on the 15th of January in Wynnewood, PA.
Bringing the inspirational words of Anne Frank and Martin Luther King alive through performance, ‘Letters’ evokes the important messages of hope and empathy, reminding us that we have more in common than that which divides us.
Anne Frank and Martin Luther King were born the same year and shared the same vision for a fairer and kinder world.
In light of the horrible events in Pittsburgh and hate crimes spiking 17 per cent in the last year, including a significant rise of anti-Semitic attacks, the message of this production is more important than ever, showcasing the best of humanity and uniting audiences in mutual respect and understanding.
Rabbi Kleinman from Main Line Reform Temple spoke of the importance of bringing this performance to Wynnewood, ‘The MLRT community is looking forward to sharing this production with the entire Lower Merion community to enhance our celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. This will add a depth of understanding to the universal values of each person being created in the Image of God as we seek to understand the past to make a better future.’
Through this production the AFC counters hate with education and words that inspire.
As Anne Frank wrote, “Where there’s hope, there’s life. It fills us with fresh courage and makes us strong again.”
For tickets and further details please visit www.mlrt.org or email email@example.com