Friday, August 11, 2017


Music of the People - Harold Feinstein

These youth of color are organizing to address climate change: the UPROSE-hosted Climate Justice Youth Summit on Aug. 3 in New York City (PBS)

On the site of the Gowanus Van Brunt farm: 19th-Century Diary Suggests Slaves Are Buried in Brooklyn Lot (NY Times)

Catch Leopoldi's hardware store on the big screen, in Ingrid Jungermann's Park Slope-based "Women who Kill"  (NY Times)

Jon Alpert’s “Lock-Up: The Prisoners of Rikers Island” (Village Voice)

Protest and Politics - a global sound map of protest and political activism (Cities & Memory)

Photos of Greenwich Village shops in 1979 (Ephemeral New York)

Next to Ennis playground (& the DSNY Gowanus garage), a lot for sale in "one of the most coveted locations in all of Brooklyn."

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