Whose Waterfront? North Brooklyn’s Environmental Justice Saga

Civic NYC • 2 October 2019
Event date 19 Nov '19 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm
Event location Brooklyn Historical Society • 128 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, 11201, NY, United States
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Fifteen years after the rezoning of the North Brooklyn waterfront, Brooklyn Brewery Co-Founder Steve Hindy moderates a discussion on the Williamsburg and Greenpoint communities as a locus of environmental activism, from successfully fighting what would have been the East Coast’s largest trash transfer station in the 1990s, to halting a massive powerplant in the 00s, to continued advocacy for realizing the promise of Bushwick Inlet Park today. Join us for this conversation on the power of neighborhood coalitions to protect public health and foster equitable public spaces. Panelists include Frances Lucerna of El Puente, Adam Perlmutter of Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks and Planning, and Katherine Conkling Thompson of Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park.

Presented in connection with the exhibitions “Taking Care of Brooklyn” on Pierrepont Street and “Waterfront” at BHS DUMBO

For questions about this event or other inquiries, contact our Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250.

Whose Waterfront? North Brooklyn’s Environmental Justice Saga
Tuesday, November 19
Doors: 6:00 pm
Event: 6:30 pm
$10 General / $5 for Members

BHS Members: to reserve tickets at the member price, click on "Tickets" and enter your Member ID on the following page after clicking on "Enter Promotional Code." For questions about this event or other inquiries, contact our Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250.

REFUND POLICY: Brooklyn Historical Society requires 24 hours notice before the date of the event to refund a ticket. No refunds are provided after that point. No refunds are provided on the day of the event and all subsequent days.

Thank you to our program funders:

Brooklyn Historical Society public programs are made possible by the New York State Council of the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and, in part, by public funds from the New York Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

 

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Upcoming in 1 month Add to Calender 2019-11-19 23:30:00 2019-11-19 23:30:00 Whose Waterfront? North Brooklyn’s Environmental Justice Saga Fifteen years after the rezoning of the North Brooklyn waterfront, Brooklyn Brewery Co-Founder Steve Hindy moderates a discussion on the Williamsburg and Greenpoint communities as a locus of environmental activism, from successfully fighting what would have been the East Coast’s largest trash transfer station in the 1990s, to halting a massive powerplant in the 00s, to continued advocacy for realizing the promise of Bushwick Inlet Park today. Join us for this conversation on the power of neighborhood coalitions to protect public health and foster equitable public spaces. Panelists include Frances Lucerna of El Puente, Adam Perlmutter of Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks and Planning, and Katherine Conkling Thompson of Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park. Presented in connection with the exhibitions “Taking Care of Brooklyn” on Pierrepont Street and “Waterfront” at BHS DUMBO For questions about this event or other inquiries, contact our Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250. Whose Waterfront? North Brooklyn’s Environmental Justice Saga Tuesday, November 19 Doors: 6:00 pm Event: 6:30 pm $10 General / $5 for Members BHS Members: to reserve tickets at the member price, click on "Tickets" and enter your Member ID on the following page after clicking on "Enter Promotional Code." For questions about this event or other inquiries, contact our Visitor Services desk at 718-222-4111, ext. 250. REFUND POLICY: Brooklyn Historical Society requires 24 hours notice before the date of the event to refund a ticket. No refunds are provided after that point. No refunds are provided on the day of the event and all subsequent days. Thank you to our program funders: Brooklyn Historical Society public programs are made possible by the New York State Council of the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; and, in part, by public funds from the New York Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.   Brooklyn Historical Society America/New_York public Climate Economic Justice #environmentaljustice