News & Politics
On the eve of the NYC elections, the Brooklyn Deep team examines all the local gentrification drama that helped define the political landscape this summer. Joining us is Michael Higgins, the lead organizer for Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE). Also, Brooklyn Deep’s engineer and co-producer, TK, hooks on a mic and joins the action.
Segment One: Michael Higgins reviews this summer in Central Brooklyn gentrification and discusses what prompted the recent Brooklyn Anti-Gentrification Network’s (BAN) “March Against Police Violence, Racism and Gentrification.”
Segment Two: The Brooklyn Deep team provides updates on the Summerhill controversy heating up on Nostrand Avenue in north Crown Heights.
Segment Three: "Tell 'Em Why You Mad"
Intro and Outro theme Music:
“City Survival” by MC K-Swift featuring TreZure Empire.
Episode Music: "Fog Lights” by VYVCH.
Third Rail Eps 56: Tenant Matters
Third Rail Eps 55: A Plant Grows in Brooklyn
Third Rail Eps 54: Black Brooklyn Oscars
Third Rail Eps. 53 Central Brooklyn Food: Unifier or Gentrifier?
Third Rail Eps 52: Is there a Black-Asian Future?
Third Rail Eps 51: Racing Stripes
Third Rail Eps 50: What's The 911?
Third Rail Eps 49: Brooklyn's Own: Youth Activism & Anti- Gun Violence
Third Rail Eps 48: Wakanda Forever: What Black Panther Promises Brooklyn & Black Cinema
Third Rail Eps 47: The Book of Veralyn
Third Rail Eps 46.5: Weeksville Heritage Center: One on One
Third Rail Eps 46: Weeksville: The Past as Destiny
Third Rail Eps 44: Summer Black
Third Rail Eps 43.5: Blewish Part Two: The easy myths and hard truths of Black-Jewish relations.
Third Rail Eps 43: Blewish: The easy myths and hard truths of Black-Jewish relations.
Third Rail Eps 42: Airbnb in Central Brooklyn: Chaos or Community?
Third Rail Eps 41: Human Trafficking: Are Black Girls Safe in Brooklyn?
Third Rail Eps 40: Toward a Black and Muslim Future
Third Rail Eps 39: By Any Means Necessary?
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