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Presentation Virtual

AN UNEXPECTED JEWISH SLICE OF THE BIG APPLE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF JEWISH HARLEM

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by New York City Tour Guide Marty Schneit

During the 1800s, Harlem was the third largest Jewish settlement in the world.

Marty will discuss why Jews lived in Harlem during this period and will introduce us to Jewish individuals who lived in Harlem when Harlem was predominately Jewish.

His talk will shed insight on the Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, originally Temple Israel, the largest and most influential synagogue in Harlem

Join us as we welcome back NYC Historian and storyteller, Marty Schneit, as he enlightens us with stories about our Jewish past.

RSVP by Thursday, July 25 to Debbie Grossman at debrag@jhsnnj.org
or the JHSNJ office at 201-300-6590.

Zoom information will be provided upon registration.

Admission is free for JHSNJ members.
Admission for nonmembers is $10.00.

Donations are always appreciated.
Visit our website to donate through PayPal or send checks to our office payable to JHSNJ.