Jazzforum: nasar abadey & supernova®- jazz and the civil rights movement

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Musical Ambassadors Nasar Abadey and SUPERNOVA® continue the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the historic March for Jobs and Freedom. Nasar Abadey, the founder, leader and driving force of SUPERNOVA®, together with Joe Ford, James King, John Williams and Allyn Johnson will share their experiences as jazz musicians during this era and beyond. Joining the discussion is historian, author, educator and newly appointed Chairman of the District of Columbia Commission on African American Affairs, Maurice Jackson. This JAZZforum is a prelude to the concert - Take 5! Jazz and the Civil Rights Movement that is scheduled at the Smithsonian's American Art Museum on September 19, 2013. Recital Hall (Performing Arts Bldg. 46-West).

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