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Project Peace at Robeson

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February 11th, 2013
Students at Robeson were hard at work on a video response to this article in the New York Times.
  FILM FESTIVALS Tribeca Film Fellows Deadline: Extended deadline due to weather Each year, Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) invites emerging filmmakers, ages 16–18, to participate in a year-round fellowship program that fosters their creative, professional, and academic skills. Through this fellowship, students gain a deeper knowledge of the power of film to influence social change through intensive workshops, direct contact with seasoned filmmakers and the local and global leaders framing ...
This has been the most hectic week of my life. Seriously, getting seven different syllabi can make a person cry. However, I must say I like all of my professors, especially my communications professor. He used to be a sports reporter, which means I can ask him all the questions I want about in career of news media.
The Brooklyn College Community Partnership is hosting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Completion Workshop on Tuesday, January 15th from 5:00PM -8:00PM FAFSA is a form that prospective college students must fill out in order to determine their eligibility for student financial aid. Filling out this form is mandatory as all colleges require this form to determine how much money you will receive as federal aid. Mike Turner from ...
Matthew Fenelon created a time lapse video of BCAL mentors and the students from M.S 246 creating a community mural. My First Project from BCCP Video on Vimeo.

How you can help post-Sandy

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November 9th, 2012
WARMING CENTERS IN ALL 5 BOROUGHS Bus pickups are available 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Sunday. MANHATTAN WARM SHELTER George Washington High School, 549 Audubon Avenue between Fort George Avenue and West 193rd Street MANHATTAN BUS PICKUP for WARM SHELTER Seward Park High School, 350 Grand Street between Ludlow and Essex Streets QUEENS WARM SHELTER Hillcrest High School, 160-05 Hillcrest Avenue between 160th and 161st Streets QUEENS BUS PICKUP for WARM SHELTER Waldbaum’s, 112-15 Beach Channel Drive near Wainwright ...
The wonderful folks over at DDFR.TV have been hard at work sifting through thousands of photos and videos after their recent Brooklyn College visit. They were gracious enough to send us some of their latest production stills and scanned images below: In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, we are humbled to have these images alongside our DDFR photo and story sharing experiences.
After the huge success of our week long DDFR photo and story sharing stations at Brooklyn College, last night’s Grand Finale proved to be nothing short of amazing! It was a truly proud moment for BCCP to see this partnership bring together the Brooklyn College community. Thank you to everyone who has been involved in DDFR. And as Steve Ausbury (BCCP Deputy Director) put it best: “I learned so much during this process, but ...
We had a wonderful Wednesday of photosharing and storytelling with community participants, Brooklyn College and The World Academy for Total Community Health High School (WATCH) students at our BCAL and Subo Hall event. Although our week long Digital Diaspora Family Reunion (DDFR) event came to a close yesterday, we hope you had a chance to share your story at Boylan Hall Room 3160 or to the Library Archives (Special Collections — ...
  If you were unable to join us for the first day of Digital Diaspora Family Reunion, be sure to stop by our various locations Wednesday and Thursday. Day 2 – Wednesday, October 17th: 301 Roosevelt & SUBO Basement Day 3 – Thursday, October 18th: TBA (follow us on twitter for updates)