All of our activities, programs, and initiatives related to or taking place in Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood.

The Iyapo Repository is a resource library that houses a collection of digital and physical artifacts created to affirm and project the future(s) of peoples of African descent. MORE
Chet Kincaid Reports from Field Day 2015 MORE
Maat recounts some of her experiences with nonprofits growing up in Brooklyn in the second part of her series. MORE
Maat recounts some of her experiences with nonprofits growing up in Brooklyn MORE
Meet Chef Elle Simone, 5th Annual Public Art Potluck chef MORE
Artist Assistant Tyler Thomas reports from Bedford-Stuyvesant, where she's been supporting Resident Chloë Bass' project, the Department of Local Affairs MORE
Meet Aisha, Bed-Stuy Teaching Artist MORE
Chloë Bass on being a good neighbor and the pitfalls of "creative placemaking" MORE
Meet Jasmine, Bedford-Stuyvesant Teaching Artist MORE
A social hub where community members can engage and share stories which will be collected Lonely Planet-style guidebook. MORE
Join us for art workshops and activities in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Harlem, and Hunts Point. MORE
A documentary film addressing the experiences of Haitians in the Dominican Republic. MORE
A community book exchange and public performance. MORE
A hotline laundromat patrons can call to share their secrets. MORE
A multi-media documentary portrait of the struggle for “home.” MORE
Collecting emigration stories and representing their transitions with small metal planes. MORE
Creating a walkable timeline of Malcolm X’s life. MORE
A printmaking intensive for middle and high schoolers. MORE