There’s a chance to meet Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and shine a light on displacement in Bushwick.
Data from the American Community Survey reveals that more than one in four Bushwick residents lives in poverty.
Resist and party in the streets of Bushwick for an awesome cause this weekend.
Data from the American Community Survey shows that the rate of families with children in Bushwick has been cut in half since 2000.
Everyone knows that Bushwick rents are on the rise, but here are some numbers to back it up.
“The Method” identifies the strategy that has kept many North Brooklyn residents in their homes despite aggressive attempts to displace them. The final step? “Never give up.”
The meeting on August 20th is set to bring together individuals and organizations fighting predatory housing practices across the city.
The forum takes place on Sunday, July 24th, and will feature speakers, musical performances, and discussions followed by a march which ends at a picnic in Prospect Park.
An expert panel on gentrification versus affordable housing in New York City filled audience members with frustration—and hope.
Pet care, security guards, Chinese takeouts every night — MTA makes big promises to Bushwick residents who will be displaced from their homes due to impending M train construction.
Bushwick community members who occupy twenty-six apartments on the triangular block adjacent to the Myrtle Ave-Broadway station on the J, M and Z trains and who discovered last week that M train work will necessitate that they leave their homes for a definite 6-10 months and possibly much longer met Wednesday night to share their experiences and consider plans of action
Some residents and businesses located on the triangular block under the curved M train track adjacent to Myrtle Broadway will need to be out of their buildings during upcoming work on M train tracks, according to Newsday