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Upcoming Events

  • May 25: An Evening With Alice Walker
  • MAY 26 -28: CAVE CANEM
  • MAY 26 - 29: DANCE AFRICA 2017
  • JUNE 10: ALICE SMITH/ BILAL/ KRIS BOWERS
  • April 21 - Sept 17: We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965 - 85
  • ONGOING: Family Discovery Weekends @ Brooklyn Botanical Garden

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Brooklyn Exposed is a photojournalism project of MY BASE (Motivated Youth Believing in All Self Empowerment). Powered by Bridge Street Development Corporation, the Bedford-Stuyvesant Youth Education & Safety Task Force (YES) and DYCD, MY BASE is a youth civic engagement internship program for in-school and out-of-school young people, ages 14 - 21,who are interested in public service, leadership development and/or community activism. Click HERE to see more photos.


News and Events Nearby

DOH PregnancyAre You Expecting? NEW PARENT?
Click HERE for more information.

Healthy Start Brooklyn

Find out what's new in your community HERE, or post your own announcement HERE.

NO CHILD WET BEHIND

Flatbush Doulas Hosts No Child Wet Behind Diaper Drive 5K Walkathon & 1K Family Fun Run

 

For more information and to sign up and participate to help end diaper need in NYC, visit

https://www.signmeup.com/site/reg/register.aspx?fid=HP2VBH7

For a limited time children 12 & under race free, when you enter the coupon code ‘DIAPERS‘ at checkout!

Use the code ‘SAVE5‘ to save $5 on adult registrations for the 5K Walkathon.

Come support a great cause, have fun with friends and family, and bring your children out to enjoy games, activities, face painting, & more.

Want to learn more about No Child Wet Behind? Visit http://www.nochildwetbehind.com today!

To donate diapers, please visit the Flatbush Doulas Registry:

https://www.amazon.com/baby-reg/flatbush-doulas-may-2017-brooklyn/2E6ATTG6TFDZ1

or

https://www-secure.target.com/gift-registry/gift/flatbushdoulas

Diaper donations will benefit Prospect Family Support Center, a professional, comprehensive provider of services for New York City families in crisis.

Interested in volunteering? Email [email protected] for more information.

YO S.O.S. Performs at the Legislative Theatre Festival

On May 13th, YO S.O.S. will perform an original play as part of Theatre of the Oppressed annual Legislative Theatre Festival. The show is free for anyone with an RSVP. To RSVP, visit https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/legislative-theatre-festival

Arts To End Violence

Call for Artists. Create Art. End Violence. Seeking Anti -Violence Art Submissions.

Essays, thoughts and articles from local residents. If you live in Central Brooklyn and you’d like to submit, click here.

Opinions, editorial and expert advice from community leaders, elected officials, activists and industry experts in Brooklyn. To apply for your own column, click here.

Brook-Lens

Your borough in pictures

  • Photos: Views from 'Underhill Walls BK'
  • Photos: Kings County D.A. Gonzalez Announces His Candidacy
  • Photos: Peace & Riot Reopens, Bigger and Better!
  • Photos: Crown Heights Becomes Host for 2300 Chabad Youth From Around the World
  • Photos: BAM's 31st Annual MLK Celebration
  • Let's Dance! Salsa Classes Kick off at Brooklyn Museum
  • Picture the Dream
  • Medgar Evers Students Feed the Homeless During the Holidays
  • Healthfirst, toy giveaway, picture with Santa, Brownsville Multi-Service Center, Brooklyn
    Photos: Santa Arrives in Brownsville, Bearing Toys (And Pizza)!
  • Photos: Richard Beavers Gallery Celebrates 9th Anniversary
  • Photos: Lisa Bing and Partner Take Home Trophy in Epic Dance-Off, Fundraiser
  • Photos: ARTs East New York 1st Annual Fundraising Gala
  • Photos: 2016 NYC Marathon Through Clinton Hill and Bed-Stuy
  • Pizza-Eating Champion Scarfs Down 4th Win at Annual Flatbush Frolic
  • Haven’t been to Photoville? Don’t worry, there’s still time!
  • Kids, outdoors, activities, Brookly, families
    Day of Play Brings Brooklyn Families Together for Outdoor Activities
  • Block party, community, neighborhood, games, fun, happiness
    Crown Heights Photographer Publishes Book That Captures, Cherishes Brooklyn's Block Party Tradition
  • City Councilmember Darlene Mealy marches in The 2016 West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn Photo: Gregory L. Ingram for BK Reader, The 2016 West Indian Day Parade, Caribbean culture
    Photos: Despite Early Morning Violence, West Indian Day Parade Perseveres
  • Dancers celebrate at 15th annual Soul Summit
    As Summer Winds Down, Soul Summit Continues to Bring the Heat
  • Brooklyn rave ride
    Rave Ride Through Brooklyn Draws Cyclists from Near and Far