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On the boardwalk at Brighton Beach

On May 6, the National Museum of American Jewish History is opened a new exhibit showcasing photographs taken in the Brighton Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., home to a large Russian Jewish community. The exhibit by Alina and Jeff Bliumis, titled “Casual Conversations,” features photos of subjects who were asked to pose with signs signifying their identities as Russian, Jewish or American.

—JointMedia News Service

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