Over the past several months, every time Jewish rapper Kosha Dillz and his event producer friend and collaborator Adam Swig turned on the television, they saw more violence facing the Black community. Swig told the Journal the images made them want to say, “Oy vey.” Swig told Dillz he wanted to do an event that captured their exasperation and call it “Soul Vey.” Dillz responded, “I want to do something Black and Jewish.”

“Me, too,” Swig replied.

And so, Soul Vey — a virtual…

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