Post Tagged with: "Central Brooklyn"

Central intersection in Little Haiti. (Photo by Garry Pierre-Pierre via The Haitian Times)

Can ‘Little Haiti’ Thrive?

Brooklyn, Caribbean, Immigration July 2, 2018 at 4:04 pm

A part of Central Brooklyn has now been designated Little Haiti, reports Brooklyn Paper. The Haitian Times examines whether the new district can have the success attained by other enclaves in the current political environment.

God is Great: A variety store on Nostrand Avenue catering to a Haitian clientele. Photo Credit: Garry Pierre-Pierre

Opinion: Little Haiti Project Could Define Rodneyse Bichotte’s Legacy

Brooklyn, Caribbean, Demographics, Opinion June 5, 2018 at 3:57 pm

In a column for The Haitian Times, Garry Pierre-Pierre examines what the “real test” will be for Assemblywoman Rodneyse Bichotte after securing the designation of “Little Haiti” in central Brooklyn.

From left: Malika Aaron-Bishop of GetOrganized BK, Tom Weinreich of the NYC chapter of Showing up for Racial Justice, Third Rail host Mark Winston Griffith and guest co-host Shantae J. Edwards.

Why Do People Call the Cops on Neighbors?

Brooklyn, Police May 30, 2018 at 5:09 pm

An episode of Brooklyn Deep’s “Third Rail” podcast examines the factors that cause residents to call the police on their neighbors, and what alternative options exist.

Dr. Lesly Kernisant, the executive director of LaSante Heath Center, has been practicing medicine for 35 years. (Photo by Paula Katinas via Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

New Health Center Targets Caribbean Community

Brooklyn, Caribbean, Health April 4, 2017 at 1:35 pm

When it opens next month, the LaSante Health Center will primarily serve the Caribbean community in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and central Brooklyn. Brooklyn Daily Eagle gets a tour of the state-of-the art facility.

Herbert Von King Park in Bed-Stuy (Photo by Ken Ficara)

Residents, Officials Demand End to Gun Violence in Bed-Stuy

Brooklyn, Crime January 23, 2013 at 4:50 pm

An increasing number of shootings in Bed-Stuy has residents of the central Brooklyn neighborhood in distress, reports the Amsterdam News. One person died and three, including a 2-year-old boy, were injured in three different incidents over two days.