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Masbia Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen is Giving 14 Day Supplies to Help, Needs Volunteers
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Masbia Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen is Giving 14 Day Supplies to Help, Needs Volunteers

Masbia of Flatbush in 2018. (Photo: Zainab Iqbal/Bklyner)FLATBUSH – Many people and organizations have been stepping up [/coronavirus-in-brooklyn-what-you-can-do-to-help/] to help others during the coronavirus pandemic. Take Masbia, a food pantry, and soup kitchen network, [/masbia-food-pantry/] for example. Masbia recently announced that it was increasing the amount of grocery food

‘An Attack Against All Jews Is an Attack Against all New Yorkers’ — Thousands March in Solidarity in NYC
Announcements

‘An Attack Against All Jews Is an Attack Against all New Yorkers’ — Thousands March in Solidarity in NYC

Solidarity march on Brooklyn bridge. Madeleine Kornfeld/Bklyner.Thousands of people marched in solidarity on Sunday, January 5, to protest anti-Semitism and demonstrate support for Jewish neighbors affected by recent incidents of anti-Semitic violence. A sea of winter hats, hoods, and yarmulkes flooded Foley Square around 11 a.m. in

Work Finally Begins On New Dog Run For Prospect Park Parade Ground
Animals

Work Finally Begins On New Dog Run For Prospect Park Parade Ground

PROSPECT PARK – Approximately 20,000 dogs live in the Kensington, Ditmas Park, Flatbush, Midwood, and Windsor Terrace neighborhoods, the Prospect Park Alliance [https://www.prospectpark.org/news-events/news/paw-some-kensington-dog-run-groundbreaking/?utm_source=PPA+Press+List&utm_campaign=cc021d06cd-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_07_29_04_07&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a0c800f3c6-cc021d06cd-184768517]

School Year Ends In NYC With Demands For Integration, Calls For Carranza’s Ouster, And Lingering Questions Over Pay Parity For Pre-K Teachers
Central Brooklyn

School Year Ends In NYC With Demands For Integration, Calls For Carranza’s Ouster, And Lingering Questions Over Pay Parity For Pre-K Teachers

By Zipporah Osei and Christina Veiga, Chalkbeat The school year ended in New York City for most students and their families on Wednesday, but debates that have dogged the system — about integration, the prestigious specialized high schools, and pay parity for pre-K teachers — remained conspicuously unresolved. Dueling afternoon protests erupted

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