Sheepshead Bites profiles Kenan Taskent, who as the Turkish-American clergy liaison for the 61st police precinct in Sheepshead Bay maintains relations between the police and the local Muslim community.
Latinas in Sunset Park achieve financial independence by selling secondhand goods outside the St. Jacobus Church in Brooklyn, El Diario reports.
One year after police officer Peter Liang killed Akai Gurley at the Pink Houses, family and community members, as well as CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities, rallied, reports World Journal.
Arab-American activist Linda Sarsour and MPower Change urge governors and others to “stand by our commitment as a nation to refugees in need.”
A report reveals that more than 100,000 additional seats are needed, especially at schools in immigrant communities, El Diario reports.
Adding their voice to protests across South Africa against proposed tuition hikes at universities, nearly a hundred rallied in front of Madiba Restaurant in Fort Greene, with the support of its politically active owner, reports The Brooklyn Ink.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle profiles Brooklyn City Council member Antonio Reynoso.
During his studies at the International Center of Photography, Nicolas Enriquez took on the ambitious project of photographing the private lives of members of the Latin Kings, reports Bushwick Daily.
Street vendors operating illegally in Sunset Park are aggravating merchants in the Brooklyn neighborhood, reports The Home Reporter.
Novelist Naomi Jackson talks about the interplay of influences of the Caribbean and Brooklyn in her writing and in her life, in an interview with Ditmas Park Corner.
Dance, music and a traditional Haitian procession came to the Brooklyn neighborhood Nov. 1.
The Flatbush Caton Market will be renovated to include a new home of the market, the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and 166 affordable housing units, says The Home Reporter.
The Department of Homeless Services will be required to provide American Sign Language interpreters to the deaf and hard of hearing, following the settlement of a suit, writes The Brooklyn Paper.
Industry City is drawing more tenants, and more critics. South Slope News and City Limits cover the development of the Sunset Park waterfront complex.
Chinese pianist Lang Lang visited PS 13 in Brooklyn, Sing Tao daily reports, as part of his foundation’s mission to educate and inspire a new generation of music lovers and performers.