BK Deep: Past Media Work


Radio Workshop
BMC partnered with Telem Center for the African Child, a New York-based organization providing cultural, educational and recreational programs for children of African descent, to run a week-long radio workshop around street harassment.

In doing anti-street harassment work in Central Brooklyn, we sometimes get feedback that criticism of street harassment is a “first-world luxury” of middle-class women. But how is street harassment here, processed by those of us who are from the developing world? Through interviewing members of Central Brooklyn’s African immigrant communities, we trained Teen Reporter’s to explore the complexities of street harassment across cultures.

Listen to what they found:

Radio Workshop
Back: Florence Agyapong (Reporter), Mariama Diallo (Reporter), Fatumata Fofana (Intern), Ariam Frezghi (Intern), Dennisha King (Reporter), Fayola Fair (Reporter) | Front: Simbiat Alimi (Reporter), Veralyn Williams (Instructor), Carmin Wong (Reporter), Alexandra Batista (Reporter) | Bottom: Atinisia Sheriff (Intern), Temitayo Fagbenle (Intern), Ivy Aduampong (Reporter)

On The Block

On The Block is a video series profiling people in our community. As a Central Brooklyn based, community organizing group, BMC is committed to serving as a platform to amplify local voices.

Photo A Day

BMC believes everyday people are the true reporters of the community. In Summer 2012 we launched our Bed-Stuy Photo-A-Day challenge, and ask Central Brooklyn residents to snap a picture that represents the chosen theme of the day.

See Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights through YOUR eyes! And read our daily themes below.