Tag Archives | abolition

Brooklyn Abolitionist Heritage Walk

On Tuesday morning, NY1’s Roger Clark was back in the neighborhood, broadcasting from Brooklyn Bridge Park with Kamau Ware, founder of Black Gotham Experience. According to the BGX website, Ware was working as an educator at the Tenement Museum, talking about German Jewish and Italian immigrants, when a Black middle school student asked him, “Where were […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Juneteenth and Father’s Day Weekend Round Up

This weekend is FULL of family-friendly events to help you celebrate Father’s Day. SAT JUNE, 17th & SUN, JUNE 18th 14th Annual Juneteenth presents Kaleidoscope of Black Culture “Juneteenth is the oldest, nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States of America…[The] Juneteenth Family Fun Day Festival gathers 20,000+ attendees local to the […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }