Moving Past Hate will take place Saturday, Dec. 10, 1:30-4:30 p.m. at Monona Terrace, 1 John Nolen Dr.

The moderator will be Jon Miskowski, director of television for Wisconsin Public Television

It’s been five years since the attack on the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, when the calm of a Sunday on August 5, 2012, was shattered by a White Supremacist Gunman killing six innocent people and wounded others. This gunman was a member of a hate group founded by Arno Michaelis.

Please join us on December 10, 2017, at the Monona Terrace from 1:30 to 4:30 pm (door opens at 1 p.m.), to hear how Arno and the victim’s son and family members came together for peaceful reconciliation and humankind.

The day’s schedule is as follows:
1:30 pm Welcoming Remarks Paul Soglin, Madison Mayor
1:40 pm Purpose Masood Akhtar, Founder, We Are Many: United Against Hate
1:50 pm ABC News Coverage Panelists Introduction
2:00 pm My Life After Hate Arno Arr Michaelis IV
2:30 pm Serve2Unite Pardeep Kaleka
2:50 pm Waking in Oak Creek A documentary
3:20 pm Q&A Moderator: Dee J. Hall, Managing Editor and Co-Founder, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism
4:30 pm My Life After Hate Book signing by Arno

Written by Madison365 staff