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Kings County Hospital Health Fair Gets Brooklyn Kids Ready for School

Kings County Hospital Health Fair Gets Brooklyn Kids Ready for School

Health vendors provided services, free screenings and educational materials for they entire family.

Brownsville Farm Opens Cafe with Farm-Fresh Healthy Eats

The new cafe will provide local residents with fresh produce grown right on the Brownsville farm run by Project EATS.
C4Q is Recruiting Low-Income New Yorkers Who Want Tech Careers

C4Q is Recruiting Low-Income New Yorkers Who Want Tech Careers

The Access Code program aims to boost diversity in the tech industry by teaching underserved populations how to code.
Photos: Meet the 2018 Fort Greene Community Heroes

Photos: Meet the 2018 Fort Greene Community Heroes

Everyday heroes of Fort Greene are in the focus of this new photo exhibit and, rightfully so, they are being celebrated by their local community!
2nd Annual 'Brooklyn Peace' Concert Returns to Spread Love and Unity in Flatbush

2nd Annual 'Brooklyn Peace' Concert Returns to Spread Love and Unity in Flatbush

The Brooklyn Peace Concert, aiming to promote an end to gun violence, will feature Grammy Award-winning artist Andrea Martin, comedian Majah Hype and Power 105's DJ Norie In light of the gun violence that has marred Brooklyn's J'Ouvert Parade in rece
Brownsville Youth Paint 'Soles for Peace' Against Gun Violence

Brownsville Youth Paint 'Soles for Peace' Against Gun Violence

The sneaker painting tour Soles for Peace gives a creative outlet to communities affected by gun violence. Julian Pena concentrates on his canvass at a Soles for Peace event on August 15.
Espinal and Adams Are Pushing for Urban Agriculture Bill Package

Espinal and Adams Are Pushing for Urban Agriculture Bill Package

The legislation would require the city to analyze the potential of urban farming and to create a comprehensive urban agriculture plan to support urban gardeners and farmers.
This Nonprofit Teaches Brooklyn Kids Sustainable Living and Urban Farming in Bed-Stuy

This Nonprofit Teaches Brooklyn Kids Sustainable Living and Urban Farming in Bed-Stuy

Nonprofit Radical Living teams up with the city's GreenThumb initiative to educate young people about community gardening, healthy eating and sustainability. Denise Higgins helps young volunteers inspect their plants.
Missing Brownsville Siblings Found Safe in Manhattan Starbucks

Missing Brownsville Siblings Found Safe in Manhattan Starbucks

The two Brownsville children were found sleeping in a Starbucks on 325 West 49th Street and were taken to a hospital for observation.
Project Homemade Brings Free Healthy Eating Classes to East New York

Project Homemade Brings Free Healthy Eating Classes to East New York

Project Homemade not only teaches cooking techniques but focuses on educating the community to make healthier food choices. Project Homemade founder Sophia Samuda.