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 · email@example.com · 7187717000 RSVP link: http://brooklynmovementcenter.nationbuilder.com/beyond_popo_bringing_public_safety_to_crown_heights
Radio Rookie Corinne Bobb-Semple’s story on Gentrification wins the regional Murrow awards contest for Region 11 – Hard news category!
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 […]