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  • 11 years ago

    Thirteen years ago this month, the streets of Crown Heights erupted in the city's bloodiest race uprising since the 1960s. Depending on which side of the violence you resided on during that time, the incident is recalled as either the Crown Height...

  • 12 years ago

    Tempers started to flare in front of the 79th Precinct police station in Bed-Stuy on Saturday afternoon (April 3) when an angry group of 15 people stood face to face with about 10 cops. "Why don’t you stay in your own neighborhoods and kill y...

  • 13 years ago

    The first step was in 1963, when Dr. Martin Luther King led Black America to this nation's capital seeking to put an end to legal segregation. In 1995 they returned with Minister Louis Farrakhan for the controversial Million Man March, reaching ou...

  • 13 years ago

    Ask 325 people in Bed-Stuy—plus one hip-hop advocate—about the reparations movement, and you'll get an earful. "If it means that we will be treated fairly, I'd like to learn about it, but older people never talk to us about anything, tha...

  • 13 years ago

    Of the 35 million faceless African Americans, descendants of slaves and modern-day survivors of the centuries-long trade in human beings, over 110,000 live in my Brooklyn neighborhood, Bedford-Stuyvesant. So when the nation heard the first whisper...

  • 14 years ago

    A 20-minute ride from 14th Street on Duke Ellington's famous A train lands you deep in the heart of Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant, a/k/a Bed-Stuy. Renowned for its tree-lined blocks of beautiful brownstones and other fine architectural properties,...

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