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Progressives Fight The Machine.

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A global apparel giant sponsors a skate party. Locals show up.

As Reports Of Hate Crime Rise in Bushwick, Activists Push For More Protections At Nightclubs

New Yorkers saw 52% more hate crimes in 2021 than in 2020.

Bikes, Breweries & Beers.

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This Sunday, A Puerto Rican Day Parade Hits Bushwick

Bushwick's take on the parade hits Knickerbocker Avenue on Sunday. This year's theme is "La Historia de Nuestra Bandera."

For Pride, This Director Wants To Know What Brings You Joy

“I feel like Bushwick is very gay, but in so many different ways," says one local filmmaker.

The State of Voter Suppression in New York

Voter suppression still happens in New York "in insidious ways"

Got Film? A Black-Owned Camera Store In Bushwick Has You Covered

This analog photography store doubles as a community hub.

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