Black+ Jewish

Black+ Jewish
Sat, Sep 17 - Mon, Oct 31 All Day FREE



The Jewish Center
435 Nassau St
Princeton, 08540

Designed to spark reflection and conversation about the histories

of the African American and Jewish American communities and

their relationship. The exhibit covers migration/immigration, arts,

education, World War II, violence including lynching, the civil rights

movement, and the current experience of African American Jews.

The Jewish Center-hosted exhibit from

Kennesaw Museum of History and Holocaust:


Related programs:

Sept. 19, 8 pm ,“1619, 1654, 2022: Jews, Race and U.S. History”

Zoom talk by Dr. Marc Dollinger, professor of Jewish studies

and social responsibility, San Francisco State University


Oct. 2, 4 pm “Creating the Black + Jewish Exhibit”

Zoom talk by Adina Langer, curator at the Kennesaw Museum

of History and Holocaust Education


Nov. 9, 7 pm “Balm in Gilead: How Black Soldiers Rescued

Young Holocaust Survivors”

Zoom talk by Ambassador John L. Withers II, former U.S.

ambassador to Albania


Exhibit and programs are free. To register for program Zoom

links, schedule a docent tour, or get additional information,

contact Linda Oppenheim,