Daryl Davis’ “Accidental Kindness”
Honoring Tim Jochen, M.D. and Lee Erwin
Daryl Davis is a blues musician with an interesting hobby. For the past 30 years, Davis has spent time befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan. He says once the friendship blossoms, Klansmen realize that their hate may be misguided. Since Davis started talking with these members, 200 Klansmen have given up their robes. Davis collects the robes and keeps them in his home as a reminder of the dent he has made in racism by simply sitting down and having dinner with people. His outreach has earned him the MLK Award, the Washington Ethical Society Bridge Award and is featured in the PBS documentary “Accidental Kindness”.
Enjoy the show while honoring Lee Erwin and Tim Jochen, M.D. this year’s recipients of the JFS Humanitarian Award!
These extraordinary men have generously contributed to our community as both philanthropists and business visionaries. Since 2001, Contour Dermatology has been a vital part of the Coachella Valley. Lee Erwin currently serves as the Secretary of the JFS Board of Directors.
DATE: Sunday, March 15, 2020
TIME: Pre-reception starts at 4:00 pm, General admission starts at 5:30 pm
LOCATION: The Annenberg Theatre at Palm Springs Art Museum
101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262
General Admission: $75 per ticket
Available January 2020
VIP Ticket: $200 per ticket
Includes Premier Seating, VIP Reception in the Art Museum Atrium and Valet Parking
For more information
760-325-4088 ext 107