Newark, New Jersey: The Jewish Museum of New Jersey will hold a new exhibit this month. 'Jazz, Jews, and African Americans: Cultural Intersections in Newark and Beyond' will be on display from October 15th to December 13th, and will discuss the relationship between Jewish and African-American people, and how this relationship influenced jazz music in Newark. Admission is free. An opening reception featuring jazz music will be held on Sunday, October 18th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm as part of the Newark Open Doors Festival. Event partners include WBGO-FM, NJPAC, and Rutgers-Newark. The Jewish Museum of New Jersey is located within Congregation Ahavas Sholom at 145 Broadway, between Gouverneur Street and 4th Avenue. Click here to learn more.
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