Council Member Chin awards a NYC Citation to Joe Hubbard

It was a great evening organized by Kim Fong of the BRC Senior Center and Jean, Joe’s longtime friend and advocate.

We saw beautiful photographs, ate delicious treats and talked to old and new friends.

Joe was radiant – as were his photographs. It was a lovely evening.

The Citation honored his long time commitment […]

We Won’t Wait Conference and Vigil

We Won’t Wait

Recently Neighbors to Save Rivington House was invited to attend the We Won’t Wait conference. It was good to be with like-minded women and men dedicated to figuring out a just and caring society.

The historic gathering brought together over 1,000 community leaders and organizers from around the country to elevate the […]

Photography show by long-time Sara Roosevelt Park Activist and friend

“VISIONS“

The Photography of Joseph A. Hubbard

September 28 – October 13, 2016

Opening Reception

Wednesday,September 28, 6 – 8 pm

BRC 30 Delancey Street

Information: (212) 533-2020

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Dumpling Festival SDR Park September 24 Houston Street

Dumpling FestivalDumpling Festival

September 24th, 2016

12 Noon to 5PM

Sara D. Roosevelt Park

( on E. Houston St Between Chrystie St and Forsyth St )

 

Voter Registration in Sara Roosevelt Park – M’Finda Kalunga Community Garden

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join the Chinese Progressive Association for:

National Voter Registration Day

Saturday September 24

Sara D. Roosevelt Park

Next Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day. Help our neighborhood get a head start — join us to register voters this Saturday Sept. […]

Dakota Access Pipeline Company Attacks Native American Protesters with Dogs and Pepper Spray

The Indigenous Peoples of the Sioux nations and their allies are fighting to protect the water for everyone.

Communities are joining to end irrational private profiteering interests when they conflict with rational life-sustaining public interests. When private corporate decisions lead us to the brink of our planet becoming uninhabitable those entities simply cannot be left […]

Storm Warnings (and while we are at it: Should the Stanton Building in SDR Park Become An Evacuation Site?

With so few sites out of the FEMA flood zones, why not make the Stanton Building in SDR Park an Evacuation Site?

For a better view and more information go the NYC Hurricane Evacuation Zone Finder.