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Art of Texting
Brooklyn Museum will activate its public spaces with a year of text-based installations
Tried All the Angles
Judge clears way for controversial Brooklyn development at Broadway Triangle
“Today’s action was not related to Pfizer but it also focuses on the city’s failure to create policies that encourage development of low income housing which we desperately need in favor of luxury development,” she said. “New York is one of the most segregated cities in the country and this type of development is only segregating us further.” Council member Antonio Reynoso, who represents District 34 where the Pfizer Project will be developed, also spoke at the rally and urged the local community to continue getting involved in these discussions. “Bushwick looks a certain way, it has a character,” he said “That’s what makes it so popular and that’s what's being taken away from us. We’re allowing developers and big money to dictate and determine exactly what they want to do in this community, instead of allowing the community to be the sayers of how we want things to be.” This article was updated on August 2nd with comments from Magnusson Architecture and Planning.
People calling for luxury developments in low-income communities clearly haven’t talked to the hundreds and hundreds of local residents on the street who have stopped by our rallies to share stories of harassment and displacement. If you care about the community, let us lead. pic.twitter.com/TZz84d8oZd— CUFFH (@CUFFH) July 31, 2018