WEST PALM BEACH — Local African-American and Jewish ninth- through 12th-graders will work together on community service projects in West Palm Beach followed by a concert, featuring hit-making rappers Shwayze & Cisco Adler, as part of the Sound of Diversity: Bringing Together Two Distinct Voices event on Sunday, Nov. 13 from 2-8 p.m.

High school students who sign up for the community service projects will get a VIP meet-and-greet backstage with all of the concert performers, including Wonder Broz, Nick Cannon's protégé group, and local rapper Jake Miller.

The cost is $10, which includes transportation to and from the service projects; admission to the concert at Roxy's, 309 Clematis Street in West Palm Beach; and dinner. Cost is $20 for those who want to attend only the concert at 6:00 p.m.

The event is sponsored by the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County's African American-Jewish Relations Committee, the Ewa & Dan Abraham Project, the federation's Jewish Teen Initiative and an array of co-sponsoring organizations. 

For more information call 561-615-4947 or email Jamie.Sistino@JewishPalmBeach.org


Cisco Adler & Shwayze