Beyond PoPo Event: Bringing Public Safety to Crown Heights

Join us as we use Voices of Crown Heights oral histories to frame a community discussion and vision of what true “law and order”and “peacekeeping” look like in Crown Heights. WHEN May 16, 2017 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm WHERE Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 145 Brooklyn Avenue CONTACT Walis Johnson · walisjohnson@gmail.com · 7187717000 RSVP link: http://brooklynmovementcenter.nationbuilder.com/beyond_popo_bringing_public_safety_to_crown_heights

Brooklyn Deep Wins Gracie Award for Radio Rookies First-Hand Account of School Segregation!

Brooklyn Deep, in association with WNYC radio, has been honored with a Gracie Award, a competition sponsored by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. Seven Schools Later: One Student’s View of Segregation, reported by Brooklyn Deep and Radio Rookie reporter, Alexia Richbourg, was recognized in the “local non-commercial documentary” category for  “exemplary programming created by women, for women and […]

Third Rail Eps 41: Human Trafficking: Are Black Girls Safe in Brooklyn?

An estimated 2,200 children are victimized by commercial sexual exploitation annually. Mark and Veralyn delve inside this world and explore the impact of human trafficking on the lives of Black girls in Central Brooklyn and what it means for local “public safety.” On hand are Shelley J. Klein, Esq, Chief Communications and Development Officer for Girls […]