Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • The S.O.S. Bed-Stuy team has been busy! Not only have they been interrupting violence and preventing shootings in the catchment—they’ve also worked to spread Neighbors in Action’s mission of safety, healing, helping, investing in youth, and organizing in Bed-Stuy and beyond. Read on to see what they’ve been up to! On January 30th, the team […]

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  • As you may know it’s Women’s History Month! Neighbors in Action wanted to do our own “Herstory” spotlight, so Libbie Pattison, a Project Planner, sat down with Naomie Azor, Neighbors in Action’s Peer Leader, to hear her reflections on Women’s History Month and her own personal history. Naomie spoke on cultural and political shifts that […]

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  • On Thursday February 28th, a group of about fifty community members of all ages joined us for Neighbors in Action’s 2nd annual Black History Month event. The night was organized by team members from S.O.S and Youth Programs. The space was filled with young people creating art pieces based on famous African American art and […]

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  • During the second week of March, S.O.S. Brooklyn responded to two different non-fatal shootings in Crown Heights and Bed-Stuy. The S.O.S. Outreach Team and Neighbors in Action staff were joined by community members as well as staff members from other nearby Cure Violence sites, G.M.A.C.C. and Brownsville In, Violence Out (BIVO). The anti-gun violence group, […]

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