04/27/17 11:00am

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At the next #BHeard Town Hall at BRIC this Friday, April 28, a group of veteran journalists will discuss the consequences of hostilities between President Trump and the mainstream press—and what can be done about it.

Hosted by Brian Vines, senior correspondent at BRIC TV, the Town Hall will feature Kyle Pope, editor in chief of Columbia Journalism Review; Naomi Wolf, author, political activist and co-founder of the Daily Clout; Ali Gharib, chief politics editor at Mic; Sheryl Huggins Salomon, senior editor-at-large at The Root; and Walter Mosley, novelist and social commentator (pictured below).

The panel will use as a launching point the idea that public trust in the media has hit a new low — according to a recent Gallup Poll, 64 percent of Americans say “fake news” has left them confused about basic facts. (more…)

06/08/16 11:00am
Pride week NYC at BRIC Arts

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Sponsored By BRIC.

BRIC is a nonprofit arts and media cultural organization that presents free and low-cost programming to the community.

Created By BlankSlate

With the Stonewall Inn on the brink of being designated a national monument and same sex marriage a fact in all 50 states, it’s easy to think that the work of LGBTQ activists is all but done. But is it? Now is the time to #BHeard.

That and other questions will be addressed at 7 p.m. on June 14, when BRIC TV and Housing Works present Pride 20/20: LGBTQ Civil Rights. This live-broadcast, town hall–style discussion at BRIC House, at 647 Fulton Street, home to the media arts organization BRIC, will be free and open to the public, and will be available on BRIC TV as well as streamed live online. (more…)