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From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s In The Zone, episode 59.
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This week’s (June 7 – 12) new Brooklyn Independent Television episodes. Tune in to Brooklyn Time Warner 56, Cablevision 69, RCN or in all five boroughs, Verizon 44 to watch. Of course, you can stream these online at www.bricartsmedia.org/bcat or download any of these episodes or more on iTunes (keyword: “Brooklyn Independent Television.)
Monday, June 7th
As the federal government and BP scramble to stop the massive oil spill polluting the Gulf Region, Brooklyn still remains the site of the single largest oil spill in US history. Beginning is late 1800’s Brooklyn’s Newtown Creek was home to several oil refineries that left a legacy of oil and petroleum leaks amounting to some 30 million gallons of oil and waste currently under Greenpoint and in the surrounding waters. On this episode of Intersect host Brian Vines, Elizabeth Ernish a Senior Planner at the Office of the Brooklyn Borough President, and Murad Awawdeh Environmental Justice Organizer at the UPROSE organization discuss environmental justice in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn On Site
Tuesday, June 8th
Black Brooklyn Drum Call: Drumming artists take over Grand Army Plaza to celebrate the history of African drumming in Brooklyn. Featuring beats from African, Afro-Caribbean, African American and Hispanic communities, this demo is followed by a symposium on the history of African drumming traditions in Brooklyn moderated by world-renowned Brooklyn drummer Neil Clarke.
Neighborhood Beat: Canarsie
Thursday, June 10th
1:30pm & 8:30pm
On this exciting Canarsie episode, we’ll step out on Avenue L to hang with the young dancers at April’s Dance N Feet. We experience summer fun at Canarsie Pier with the Urban Divers and learn how to kayak at the Sebago Canoe Club. Then back on Avenue L, we’ll find everything we need for a fabulous shindig at Havin’ A Party before we sample Caribbean creations at Canarsie’s own Haitian restaurant, Ambiance.
In the Zone
Saturday, June 12th
On this episode of In the Zone, Host Micheal Bellamy sits with Elizabeth Cross of the New York Fencers Club for a discussion about the world of foils and sabers; skateboarders are on the move to raise funds to upgrade Thomas Green Park in Gowanus; and Lauren Moraski covers Special Olympics Opening Ceremony at Wingate Park.
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