peace work Archives

  • On Thursday January 17th, Save Our Streets Brooklyn hosted a Music, Paint and Sip community event “Peace Week” edition. The goal was to create a fun and safe event where community members could engage with each other as a way of acknowledging “Peace Week” and as a way of taking the Peace Week pledge. On […]

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  • On June 3rd, The Save Our Streets Clergy Action Network (S.O.S. C.A.N.) hosted the summer Strategy Breakfast at The Bethany U.M.C. at 1204 St. Johns Place. Over thirty people were in attendance. The highlight of the day was Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo who shared with the audience and held an hour long Q & A session. […]

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  • On Saturday, May 20th, over 500 community members joined together on Kingston Avenue from St Marks Ave to Dean Street as it was transformed into a two-block street festival filled with activities, performances, and community resources for the 7th annual Kingston Avenue Festival. The Festival is an annual neighborhood event celebrating arts and community in the neighborhood. The Festival […]

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  • On Saturday, April 22nd, S.O.S. Bed-Stuy held a  Peace March to spread the message of a shooting free Bed-Stuy. They were joined by the Mediation Family and members of Cure Violence: S.O.S. Crown Heights, YO S.O.S., Make It Happen, BIVO, S.O.S. Bronx, and Man Up, Inc. They were also joined by Unity Prep Charter School and Assemblywoman […]

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