Transphobia is on the rise within a cohort of parents.
Parents For Change is fighting for inclusion and equality at PS 132.
The versatile event space at 64 Dobbin St. in Greenpoint will screen the critically acclaimed film Black Is King will proceeds benefiting social justice initiatives. Next Friday, October 9, Dobbin […]
It’s been another difficult week in the United States, to say the least. Protests rage across the country as activists continue to fight for racial justice and an end to […]
A vinyl banner with bright colors flutters in the wind above an electronics shop on Manhattan Avenue depicting a powerful image: a police officer grabbing the hair of a Black […]
On Wednesday, August 19, debut author Jordan Ifueko was scheduled to discuss her new YA fantasy, Raybearer, with Dhonielle Clayton, author and COO of We Need Diverse Books. The literary […]
For eight minutes and 46 seconds last Tuesday, McCarren Park was meditative. Amidst the evening sunlight, crickets chirped and a cool breeze lapped at lingering sweat. Dozens sat quietly in […]
Posters, street art and murals continue to pop-up around the city in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the signs in Greenpoint have their own local flavor. A […]
A “Say Their Names” memorial for victims of police brutality has popped up on the fence of 50 Kent park in Williamsburg. Portland was home to the first “Say Their […]
The experience of El-Melek Moore’s two children at Williamsburg’s PS 132 is a tale of two realities. Moore’s daughter, a Black child and one of the best readers in her […]