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According to data gathered between Oct. 2018 and June 2019, Brooklyn had by far the most adolescent arrests of any borou...
11/12/2020
City Gives Org $1.5M to Help Young People Avoid ‘School-to-Prison...

According to data gathered between Oct. 2018 and June 2019, Brooklyn had by far the most adolescent arrests of any borough, with 387 teenagers between the ages of 13 and 16 arrested.

Non-profit exalt is fighting the 'school-to-prison pipeline' by helping young people in the criminal justice system through its educational internship program. #Brooklyn #justice #criminaljustice

Exalt runs a program that runs a program to educate young people accused of crimes and helping them to get internships.

BRIC has announced the ten winners of its second annual Colene Brown Art Prize, which awards $10,000 to 10 New York-base...
11/11/2020
BRIC Awards $100,000 to 10 New York City-Based Visual Artists

BRIC has announced the ten winners of its second annual Colene Brown Art Prize, which awards $10,000 to 10 New York-based artists yet to receive institutional support.

#arts #brooklynartist BRIC

The Brooklyn art institution has announced the winners of its Colene Brown Art Prize

Brooklyn City Councilmember and Borough President hopeful Antonio Reynoso has picked up the endorsement of a number of p...
11/11/2020
Antonio Reynoso Endorsed for Brooklyn Borough Pres by Progressive...

Brooklyn City Councilmember and Borough President hopeful Antonio Reynoso has picked up the endorsement of a number of progressive women leaders in the city, who have formed the group “Progressive Women for Antonio.”

#brooklyn #politics

Reynoso is currently the city councilmember for Brooklyn’s 34th District and is running for the BP position on a progressive platform

Veterans Day gives thanks to living veterans who served their country honorably during war or peacetime #VeteransDay #br...
11/11/2020
Veterans Day: A Tribute to All American Veterans

Veterans Day gives thanks to living veterans who served their country honorably during war or peacetime #VeteransDay #brooklynveterans

Veterans Day gives thanks to living veterans who served their country honorably during war or peacetime

Brooklyn Nets and Nike are teaming up for a second year to give two girls in New York City the chance to develop and lea...
11/11/2020
Brooklyn Nets Teaming Up with Nike to Support Girls in Sport

Brooklyn Nets and Nike are teaming up for a second year to give two girls in New York City the chance to develop and lead a program to keep other girls their age playing sport.

The Game Growers program, which was launched last year, gives girls in the seventh or eighth grade who are older than 13 the opportunity to take on sports leadership roles in their communities.
#nike #girls #sport

Brooklyn Nets and Nike are teaming up for a second year to give two girls in New York City the chance to develop and lead a program to keep other girls

The vice president-elect of the United States is the American daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants.With Joe Biden’...
11/11/2020
Before Kamala Harris, Many Black Women Aimed for the White House

The vice president-elect of the United States is the American daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants.

With Joe Biden’s projected presidential win over Donald Trump, Sen. Kamala Harris breaks three centuries-old barriers to become the nation’s first female vice president, first Black vice president and first Black female vice president. Harris is also of Indian descent, making the 2020 election a meaningful first for two communities of color.

But Harris wasn’t the first Black female vice presidential aspirant in American history.
#election2020

By: Sharon Austin, University of Florida The vice president-elect of the United States is the American daughter of Jamaican and Indian immigrants. With

E-commerce giant Etsy has removed Ganesh printed thongs from its site after facing backlash from the Hindu community ove...
11/10/2020
Brooklyn-Based Etsy Pulls Sexy Ganesh Underwear After Hindu Protest

E-commerce giant Etsy has removed Ganesh printed thongs from its site after facing backlash from the Hindu community over inappropriateness.

The e-commerce giant removed the Ganesh printed underwear from its site after facing backlash from the Hindu community over inappropriateness

Bed-Stuy’s Shneaqua Purvis and her sister used to hear gunshots so often that they would laugh as they got to the ground...
11/10/2020
Bed-Stuy Organizer a Face of New Campaign Tackling Gun Violence...

Bed-Stuy’s Shneaqua Purvis and her sister used to hear gunshots so often that they would laugh as they got to the ground.

But one day, after a stray bullet came through the window of their mother’s first floor apartment at the Tompkin’s houses, Purvis’ sister didn’t get up.

The death of her sister, her father, her uncle and friends to gun violence pushed Purvis to her role as a community leader in Bedford Stuyvesant, where she works to prevent violence and retaliation to it on the streets where she grew up.

Shneaqua Purvis lost her sister to a stray bullet. Now she's fighting to make sure other families don't have to go through the same thing.

Anthony Beckford took his first step into community activism at age 12.It began when he heard adults talking about a sch...
11/09/2020
Meet Anthony Beckford, the Black Lives Matter Brooklyn President...

Anthony Beckford took his first step into community activism at age 12.

It began when he heard adults talking about a school district rezoning plan. To him, it sounded more like a segregation scheme that would strip funding from his school.

Now, the East Flatbush lifelong activist is taking his fight to City Council, running for the seat in Brooklyn's 45th District.

The East Flatbush lifelong activist is leveraging his community leadership experience to win the 45th Council District Race

Brooklyn residents flooded streets and parks across the borough Saturday, dancing, popping bottles and revelling in the ...
11/09/2020
Photos: Brooklyn Takes to the Streets to Celebrate Biden Harris...

Brooklyn residents flooded streets and parks across the borough Saturday, dancing, popping bottles and revelling in the news of a Trump defeat

#ElectionDay #celebration #BROOKLYN

Brooklyn residents flooded streets and parks across the borough Saturday, dancing, popping bottles and revelling in the news of a Trump defeat

Unsurprisingly, New York City voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election....
11/05/2020
How Brooklyn Voted in the Presidential Election

Unsurprisingly, New York City voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election. However, what was not overwhelming was Democratic support compared to the 2016 election.

So far, unofficial results released by the state and city boards of elections show Democrats losing ground in the city and Trump gaining support.

Biden has 72.6% of votes and Trump has 25.94%. In 2016, Hillary Clinton got 79.46% of the vote and Trump got 18.15%.

BK Reader takes a look at the New York State and City unofficial election night results as votes continue to be counted

On the morning after Election Day, several Brooklyn elected officials gathered at the Barclays Center to calm nervous Br...
11/04/2020
Brooklyn Elected Officials Denounce Trump’s Premature Victory...

On the morning after Election Day, several Brooklyn elected officials gathered at the Barclays Center to calm nervous Brooklyn Democrats and to denounce President Donald Trump’s claim that the Democratic Party tried to steal the presidential election.

#ElectionResults #election2020 #brooklyn

In a too close to call presidential race, BK Dems believe Joe Biden is on course for an election win and are demanding a full vote count

Brooklyn minority-owned small businesses have until Friday, Nov. 6, to apply for $10,000 coronavirus relief grants.The g...
11/04/2020
Applications Open for Minority-Owned Small Business Relief Fund

Brooklyn minority-owned small businesses have until Friday, Nov. 6, to apply for $10,000 coronavirus relief grants.

The grants are part of Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s NYC Small Business Relief and Recovery Fund, and are targeted at businesses that have faced challenges to their survival because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brooklyn small businesses can apply for $10,000 grants through Local Initiatives Support Corporation’s Relief and Recovery Fund

Many in Brooklyn hoped election night would show a landslide of votes for Biden in a repudiation of the polarizing, anti...
11/04/2020
Election Updates: Follow Us Here for Key Developments in the...

Many in Brooklyn hoped election night would show a landslide of votes for Biden in a repudiation of the polarizing, anti-science, openly racist politics Trump has ruled America with for the past four years.

But it wasn’t so. Both Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump still have paths to victory in this year’s presidential election.

*Follow here for #ElectionResults updates*

We will be keeping track of the results in the presidential election as the votes are counted. Currently, the race is still too close to call.

The landslide that many Brooklyn voters had hoped for did not eventuate last night. Also, we have learned a few more thi...
11/04/2020
Still No Clear Winner in Too-Close-to-Call Presidential Election

The landslide that many Brooklyn voters had hoped for did not eventuate last night.

Also, we have learned a few more things about the soul of this country and its views around what really matters.

#ElectionDay #election2020 #ElectionResults #Brooklyn

As of Wednesday morning, both presidential candidates still have viable paths to victory and there are still millions of votes to be counted.

The results are in from yesterday’s general election for U.S. rep, senate and assembly state races ... and there were no...
11/04/2020
Election Results in: Brooklyn Incumbents Sweep in Local Races

The results are in from yesterday’s general election for U.S. rep, senate and assembly state races ... and there were no surprises

#ElectionDay #election2020 #Brooklyn

The results are in from yesterday’s NYC general election, where residents voted for mayor, public advocate, district attorney and councilmembers.

BK Reader asked Brooklyn voters why they felt this year's election had attracted record turn out both in mail-in, early ...
11/03/2020
“It’s Time for Change,” Brooklyn Voters Make Sure Their Voices Are...

BK Reader asked Brooklyn voters why they felt this year's election had attracted record turn out both in mail-in, early voting and now, on Election Day.

#ElectionDay #election2020 #brooklyn

BK Reader asked Brooklyn voters why they felt this year's election had attracted record turn out both in mail-in, early voting and now, on Election Day.

Each day for the past four years, artist Smriti Keshari has selected a headline from The New York Times that mentions Pr...
11/03/2020
Headlines Are Frontlines: New Public Exhibition at BAM Highlights...

Each day for the past four years, artist Smriti Keshari has selected a headline from The New York Times that mentions President Donald Trump.

Keshari started the project the day Trump was elected and has since collected 1,460 headlines. Now, she has turned those short statements into a public art exhibition at BAM in time for the general election.

#ElectionDay #election2020 #brooklyn

The outdoor film uses The New York Times headlines to show the symbiotic relationship between the media and President Donald Trump

Rain or shine the McCarren Gathering, a community-led organization for Black liberation, convenes nightly at 7 p.m. in M...
11/02/2020
Here’s What Happens at the Nightly Anti-Racist Gathering in...

Rain or shine the McCarren Gathering, a community-led organization for Black liberation, convenes nightly at 7 p.m. in McCarren Park in Williamsburg.

The group has evolved greatly since its genesis in May, but one aspect remains the same — despite the onset of winter, the group has no intention of ending.

#antiracism #blacklivesmatter #brooklyn

Winter is looming, but the McCarren Park gathering has no intention of stopping its programs dedicated to building an abolitionist community.

Brooklyn — the countdown is well and truly on: There is just one more sleep until Election Day.With early voting finishe...
11/02/2020
Brooklyn, Here’s What You Need to Know for Election Day

Brooklyn — the countdown is well and truly on: There is just one more sleep until Election Day.

With early voting finished, there is just one more day to cast ballots in person — Election Day Tuesday Nov. 3. On Tuesday, polling sites will open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Click on the story to find your allocated polling site.

#election2020 #ElectionDay #vote #brooklyn

More than one million New Yorkers stood in sometimes hours long lines to cast their ballots early in this year's general election

Not only has the 2020 presidential election already drawn huge crowds to the polls, it has captured the attention of man...
10/31/2020
2020 Presidential Election Has Brooklyn Middle Schoolers’ Attention

Not only has the 2020 presidential election already drawn huge crowds to the polls, it has captured the attention of many students who still have to wait several years before they’re old enough to cast a ballot -- including a classroom of Clinton Hill Middle Schoolers.

#Election2020 #nextgen #vote

A Brooklyn teacher is preparing her students to become civically engaged voters through history lessons and the disection of today's politics

"We cannot drift towards a kind of fatigue in facing the many challenges and inequities COVID-19 exacerbates, including ...
10/31/2020
Op Ed: Councilmember Robert Cornegy on Intimate Partner Violence &...

"We cannot drift towards a kind of fatigue in facing the many challenges and inequities COVID-19 exacerbates, including intimate partner violence," Councilmember Robert Cornegy said in an Op Ed for BK Reader.

"Those millions of women and men impacted by IPV are depending on us to listen to their lived experiences, pursue policies that center their safety and well-being, and bring the lessons of Domestic Violence Awareness month to our thinking and actions year-round."

Twenty people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the US on average -- 10 million women and men annually.

As the country looks towards next week’s presidential election, we have hit a record 9 million COVID-19 cases. Democrati...
10/31/2020
The Week in COVID-19 (10/30/20): Brooklyn, Here’s Everything You...

As the country looks towards next week’s presidential election, we have hit a record 9 million COVID-19 cases.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has said he would institute a mask mandate and President Trump says the country is vanishing as the country surpasses 218,000 deaths.

#COVID19 #pandemic #coronavirus #election2020

As the country looks towards next week’s presidential election, it has hit a record 9 million COVID-19 cases

Voter turnout in Brownsville has been significantly lower than other areas of Brooklyn since early voting started, BOE d...
10/31/2020
“Get Out and Vote, Brownsville,” Elected Officials and Activists...

Voter turnout in Brownsville has been significantly lower than other areas of Brooklyn since early voting started, BOE data shows.

Senator Zellnor Myrie and other community leaders are urging Brownsville residents to turn that around.

“Resources for the Van Dyck Community Center are on the ballot. The resources for our small businesses on Pitkin (Avenue) and Rockaway are on the ballot. Money to help prevent gun violence, that is on the ballot. Police reform is on the ballot, and what we need on the path to homeownership is on the ballot,” he said.

#Election2020 #vote #Brooklyn

Despite Brooklyn’s high early voter turnout, participation is lower in some neighborhoods and community leaders are trying to change that

Paris McKenzie has the drive and ambition to succeed, that much is clear.Just last month, the 16-year-old became the you...
10/30/2020
Meet Brooklyn’s Youngest Beauty Supply Owner

Paris McKenzie has the drive and ambition to succeed, that much is clear.

Just last month, the 16-year-old became the youngest beauty supply store owner in Brooklyn and she went viral online after posting a photo of herself in front of her new business Paris Beauty Supplyz.

#Paris #ParisBeautySupplyz #Blackownedbusiness #Brooklyn

At just 16 years-old, Paris McKenzie is the youngest beauty supply owner in Brooklyn, with dreams to pursue a career in medicine.

Whether you're planning to loop the block with your four-legged pal or get spooky from the comfort of your own home, we ...
10/30/2020
13 Costume Ideas for Your Dog This Halloween

Whether you're planning to loop the block with your four-legged pal or get spooky from the comfort of your own home, we have you covered with the best pup costumes ideas to bring the Halloween spirit to life.

#dogs #doggydressups #Halloween #spooky

From Sesame Street to the White House, here's 13 costume ideas to get your pooch in spooky spirit this Halloween.

Bed-Stuy has something new to celebrate: an arts organization known for supporting community-based projects and artists ...
10/30/2020
Community Arts Organization ‘The Laundromat Project’ Moves to Bed-Stuy

Bed-Stuy has something new to celebrate: an arts organization known for supporting community-based projects and artists of color is moving in — and it plans to stay a while.

​The Laundromat Project​ (The LP) — a Black-rooted and POC-centered art nonprofit — is moving its operations from Harlem and South Bronx to be under one roof at a new location at 1476 Fulton Street.

#art #Brooklyn #Blackartists

The non-profit arts organization known for supporting artists of color has signed a 10-year lease on Fulton Street.

Put on those gym tights, chuck on a hoodie and get ready to squat, wall sit and calf raise your way to the front of the ...
10/29/2020
The Top 7 Things You Can Do While Waiting in Line to Vote

Put on those gym tights, chuck on a hoodie and get ready to squat, wall sit and calf raise your way to the front of the line. There’s no reason you can’t exercise your right to vote and your body all in the same outing!

Check out BK Reader's list of things to keep you occupied in that long voting line this weekend and Election Day.

#election #election2020 #vote

Long lines are annoying, there's no two ways about it. But voting is worth every second, so BK Reader is here with tips to get you through.

New York City residents and businesses create 1.3 million tons of food waste annually — enough to fill the Empire State ...
10/29/2020
Helping New Yorkers Fight Food Waste One Surprise Bag at a Time

New York City residents and businesses create 1.3 million tons of food waste annually — enough to fill the Empire State Building more than 32 times. More than just being a waste, that food has a toxic effect on our environment releasing methane gas and increasing climate change.

In an attempt to tackle the issue, new app Too Good To Go is giving New Yorkers an easy way to address food waste.

#food #climatechange #environment

New app Too Good To Go app is helping New Yorkers reduce their impact on the environment by pairing them with local spots to reduce waste

In 2018, NYCHA said 3,000 New York City apartments where children under 6 lived were contaminated with lead paint.It tur...
10/28/2020
Thousands More NYC Children in NYCHA Apartments Face Lead Paint...

In 2018, NYCHA said 3,000 New York City apartments where children under 6 lived were contaminated with lead paint.

It turns out that number is far higher at 9,000.

#NYCHA #healthcare #children

In 2018, the NYCHA said 3,000 apartments where children under 6 lived were contaminated with lead paint. That number is closer to 9,000.

Plots to kidnap governors. White militias patrolling city streets. Partisan enmity that boils over into bar brawls. Disa...
10/28/2020
Obstacles to Voting: Six Essential Reads on the Challenges of...

Plots to kidnap governors. White militias patrolling city streets. Partisan enmity that boils over into bar brawls. Disappearing ballot boxes. A hobbled mail system. Russian trolls. Oh, and a pandemic.

The U.S. has held elections in worse times than now – during the Civil War, for example – but this year brings daunting challenges to voting.

Here, academic experts describe five major threats to election 2020 – and one has tips to make sure your vote is counted anyway. #Election2020 #vote

By: Catesby Holmes, The Conversation Plots to kidnap governors. White militias patrolling city streets. Partisan enmity that boils over into bar brawls.

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Hello industry partners, colleagues and friends. We are conducting a fundraising campaign to help the tourism industry and the restaurants workers who were affected by this pandemic. It’s a good cause and proceeds go to two charities providing assistance to restaurants , bars and the actual workers. In conjunction with the Independent Restaurant Coalition & ROAR , we want to make a difference. I want to ask how you can help us spread the word about this campaign. The industry still needs our help and together we can show the support that the restaurant establishments and workers need. Please consider supporting and ordering a face mask. You can view the description of the fundraiser and place your order on the link provided. https://www.5afundraiser.com Please help us spread the word and share with your friends. Thank you!!!! 😊 ROAR Independent Restaurant Coalition #supportlocal #KeepRestaurantsOpen #supportrestaurantworkers #nycstrong #togetherwearestronger
Excerpt from the prologue of 𝐷𝑜𝑔𝑠 - 𝐴 𝑇𝑟𝑎𝑔𝑖𝑐 𝑎𝑛𝑑 𝑇𝑟𝑢𝑒 𝑆𝑎𝑔𝑎 𝑜𝑓 𝐻𝑜𝑎𝑟𝑑𝑖𝑛𝑔 𝑎𝑛𝑑 𝐶𝑜𝑙𝑜𝑠𝑠𝑎𝑙 𝐺𝑜𝑣𝑒𝑟𝑛𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑡 𝐹𝑎𝑖𝑙𝑢𝑟𝑒 𝐸𝑥𝑎𝑐𝑒𝑟𝑏𝑎𝑡𝑒𝑑 𝑏𝑦 𝑎 𝐶𝑜𝑚𝑝𝑙𝑒𝑡𝑒 𝐶𝑜𝑙𝑙𝑎𝑝𝑠𝑒 𝑜𝑓 𝐺𝑜𝑣𝑒𝑟𝑛𝑚𝑒𝑛𝑡𝑎𝑙 𝑂𝑣𝑒𝑟𝑠𝑖𝑔ℎ𝑡 𝑖𝑛 𝐷𝑜𝑤𝑛𝑒𝑎𝑠𝑡 𝑀𝑎𝑖𝑛𝑒: John Hughes grew up in an era of innocence long perished from this earth, an era that seemed that all the worst was behind us and the best was yet to come. In the decorous boroughs of Brooklyn and Manhattan, New York, he attended nothing but the best Catholic schools, was a member of an iconic boys club, and earned the third-highest rank in Boy Scouts. He was well liked by his peers and the religious order. He was good looking and smart, adventurous but kind. Most importantly, he was deeply loved by his mother and seemed inseparable from his older brother, bonds that would never be broken—never. But as sometimes is the case, things changed for John, and not for the better. Sometime around or shortly after adulthood, which for many begins the pinnacle of their life, it was twilight for John and there would never be a lasting dawn. But the one thing that didn’t change was his love of animals, in fact that trait seems to have intensified. While probably the natural product of his now entrenched mental condition, it was, or so it seemed, to be very heartfelt. After many years of continuous hardship in Florida, he left there on a journey to start a new life. Living an impoverished existence, John’s life—and the lives of seven of his beloved dogs—ended tragically in the strangest of all places, a remote and unforgiving forest in Downeast Maine, a stark contrast to where life for him began 49 years, 7 months, and 3 days earlier.
FREE GROCERIES, TODAY FRIDAY SEPT 25th in BROOKLYN FREE FOOD and GROCERY PACKAGES TODAY!!!! SEPT 25th in BED STUY BROOKLYN!! 1030am to 130pm-If you come early you have more choices INCLUDING WHOLE FROZEN CHICKEN, FROZEN VEGETABLES, CANNED FOOD, JUICES, & MORE Because of COVID-19, many families are struggling with health, unemployment, rising food costs, please refer anyone you think may be in need of FREE GROCERIES and tell them to bring a shopping cart, backpack, sturdy shopping bags or a suitcase. Food Pantry at 800 Marcy Ave in Brooklyn btw Gates Ave and Monroe St. (at the corner of Gates) #FreeFoodAlert #FreeFoodAlert
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We are the (victims of the 75th) our platform is bkreader, our focus is @clearmynamebk, our cashapp is $qbell60. As victims of the Brooklyn's 75th Precinct (arrested and charged between 1988 to 1994) we were not made aware of the bad and immoral acts of the officers or the fact that the Precinct was under internal and external investigations for drug trafficking, assault, corruption and conspiracy to commit murder. A look into all convictions in the indicated timeline must be reviewed. We need your help, aid and support. Stay tuned
MACKEY & McCALL JOIN TOGETHER IN THE FIGHT FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: This Sunday, November 24, 2019, at 5:00p.m. at Grace Tabernacle Christian Center located at 1745 Pacific Street in Brooklyn, New York. Where Rev. David Wright is the Pastor. You are cordially invited to a special service in Brooklyn, New York, at which noted author, community leader, civil rights activist, and human rights advocate, Pastor Arthur L. Mackey Jr., Senior Pastor of Mount Sinai Baptist Church Cathedral in Roosevelt, New York, will be presented with an Honorary Doctorate by the Anointed By God Theological Seminary and living legend, RevKev McCall. World renown Social Justice Preacher, Rev. Dr. Kevin McCall of Brooklyn, New York, will be honored for his 17th year of social justice activism and his 33rd birthday. Rev. Dr. McCall and the Anointed By God Theologocal Seminary's previous honorees are Pastor Shirley Ceasar, Vicky Winans, Ricky Dillard, Rev. Al Sharpton, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and the late Rev. Timothy Wright. Please keep Pastor David Wright and the entire Wright family in prayer regarding the passing of Danny Wright.
We are the victims of the 75th and the Family of the victims of the 75th. We are submitting that the East New York District Attorney failed to honor its duty and obligations to provide to the defendants all bad acts of its witnesses. At the trial of these indictments, the jury never heard that the officers were being investigated for curruption,murder,drug trafficking and other bad and immoral acts. Thus, we aim to have convictions reviewed and a record established on the issue. 11/21/19
Yeah, another victim of the 75th. After 30 years in Attica like Prisons. Once released, the name of the game is to clear your name. Once released you are able to have access to so many Court files. Good luck...
Just found you Friday..11.15.19. Was reading the post on the 75th Precinct. My Brother has done 30 years in Attica like Prisons. Due to the fact that no one would believe the officers were dirty. And at his Trial the officers came off like Angel's. He was beaten and framed by a few officers in 1990. Now we are trying to clear his name. Maybe, we can get focus and insight from your readers. Thank you for being There. Always in the Struggle Forever Faithful...