community event Archives

  • What do you call a play that takes the commentary of the movie and series “Dear White People,” the parody of “Bamboozled,” the movement of African American Greek fraternities and sororities rooted African step, the soulful sound of Negro spirituals, and the element of restorative justice practices? It is the dynamic play titled, “What to […]

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  • On a Thursday Nov 8, Gerina Davis, the Youth and Community Clinician of Neighbors in Action, led a workshop on communication styles with a youth group from Youth Bridge. The conversation started with the question of whether conflict is a good or bad thing and what made it so. Collectively, they created the working definition […]

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  • The new school year started last Tuesday, and what better way to celebrate than with a block party! S.O.S. Bed-Stuy hosted “Back 2 School” on Marcy Avenue between Gates and Lexington to get the community together and excited for the new year. Kids ran from booth to booth, jumping on inflatables, getting face-painted, making crafts, […]

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  • Get to know us– and your neighbors! Every summer the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center organizes FOUR Save our Streets block parties. On June 23rd, 2018, we threw our eighth annual Kingston Avenue Festival and started putting out the news about an exciting change on the horizon. Watch to find out the news and get a taste for our block parties.
    Special thanks to our neighbor and videographer @badianeandco for donating her time to this work!

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