In September of 2016, a group of Jewish and African American seniors and teens from Union County and the surrounding area came together to engage in a 9-month dialogue about Civil Rights, the values that unite us, and where Jews and African Americans have worked – and can continue to work – together to bring about a more just society.

As part of the project, intergenerational interviews were conducted so that the teens could learn about the experience of the previous generation, and how it can inform their experience of the world we live in today.

The presentation will be at Temple Sholom (1925 Lake Avenue, Scotch Plains) on Wednesday, June 14, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. for a screening and discussion of this powerful project

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Light Refreshments will be served.

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