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Over the past decade, we have been building bridges, creating content, producing  events and student-led webinars, creating children's books, showing private screenings of our film, building bi-weekly newsletters, working to build an educational curriculum, and posting on social media to spread awareness to the historical and existing Black-Jewish Coalition.


Beyond Shared Legacies: the Continuing F
Museum of Tolerance, Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum
Edmonton Jewish Film Festival Poster
JCPA 2021: Shared Legacies: The African American – Jewish Civil Rights Alliance

Andrew Young "I want to thank you for taking the time and putting your talents into telling this story for our country"

Shared Legacies Philadelphia
Ross School of Business
Shared Legacis Atlanta
AJFF Pre-Screen Panel
University of Michigan
World Jewish Congress
Houston Hillel Student Led Discussion


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We create our own music and support the music of independent artists. Check it out!


Spill the HoneyZarina Sementelli
00:00 / 03:57

Spill the Honey features KOSHA DILLZ personal rap on the Holocaust

J. Dilla X Dr. Jones

Kosha Dillz

We sponsored CLARENCE B JONES to speak at the Rebirth of J Dilla

The following two songs were written, recorded and produced as initiatives of our organization. The Spill The Honey Song was produced to capture the essence of what our organization is about, putting empathy into action. As an organization, we seek to build bridges through music and culture. The 1st song was recorded in Eminem's Studio in Detroit and serves as our anthem of sorts. The second song "CJ" was recorded at The Chophouse Studio in Southfield Michigan. In homage to Clarence Jones, the production and performance of this song encapsulates a major part of our methodology. Dr. Rogers and Juda built a relationship with Detroit Rapper Fat Ray and spent a few hours in the studio discussing our mission and goals. Fat Ray then connected us to The J Dilla Foundation. The song was then performed at J Dilla Day at The Fillmore in 2012 where we brought Clarence Jones to to speak on the potential political power of Hip Hop to build bridges and fight both antisemitism and racism. These songs represent models we seek to replicate with Black & Jewish artists in cities across the country. 

Spill the Honey SongFat Ray
00:00 / 04:30
CJFat Ray
00:00 / 03:18
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