On the eve of the NYC elections, the Brooklyn Deep team examines all the local gentrification drama that helped define the political landscape this summer. Joining us is Michael Higgins, the lead organizer for Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE). Also, Brooklyn Deep’s engineer and co-producer, TK, hooks on a mic and joins the action. Segment One: Michael Higgins reviews this summer in Central Brooklyn gentrification and discusses what prompted the recent Brooklyn Anti-Gentrification Network’s (BAN) “March Against Police Violence, Racism and Gentrification.” Segment Two: The Brooklyn Deep team provides updates on the Summerhill controversy heating up on Nostrand Avenue in north Crown Heights. Segment Three: "Tell 'Em Why You Mad" Links: Jay Smooth: How To Tell Someone They Sound Racist FUREE: Upcoming Events NYC Primary Election Results Intro and Outro theme Music: “City Survival” by MC K-Swift featuring TreZure Empire. Episode Music: "Fog Lights” by VYVCH.