Third Rail Eps 9: Almost Brooklyn Summer

In “Almost Brooklyn Summer” we ask if street harassment invisible to men, and discuss the commodification of Brooklyn. Guests Aaron Freeman, Co-Host / Engineer, This Week in Blackness Radio Winston Griffith, Executive Director, Brooklyn Movement Center Segments 1. Is street harassment invisible to men?:The conversations we have with most men about street harassment involve a […]

Third Rail Eps 14: Revolutionary Birth

In “Revolutionary Birth” we discuss motherhood and womanhood in movement spaces with two mothers living in Central Brooklyn. And we share books that have shaped us politically. Guests Rae Gomes, Mother, Writer, & Activist Shatia Strother, Community Organizer, FUREE Segments 1. Motherhood, Womanhood & Movements: For women, deciding to be an activist means fighting a struggle […]

Third Rail Eps 22: The Politics of Parenting

On this month’s Third Rail, we are tackling the politics of parenting. First by breaking down the differences between traditional public, charter, and private schools, and then by discussing the state of education organizing in Central Brooklyn. Guest Natasha Capers, NYC Coalition for Educational Justice Mark Winston Griffith, Brooklyn Movement Center Segments 1. Public vs. […]