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African Americans, American Jews & American Popular Music: Ben Sidran & Dwight Andrews

African Americans, American Jews & American Popular Music: Ben Sidran & Dwight Andrews

This interview is sponsored by the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival, The Breman Museum, and The Common at First Congregational Church about the history of Jazz and the intrinsically linked lives of Black and Jewish cultures and how it produced the music of the era.

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