Brooklyn, USA

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Summary

This week we're learning how to get along. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato • “And The Leaves Are Good In Salad” was produced by Charlie Hoxie • “This Prisoner In My Room” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “A Lifetime of Stuff” was produced by Sachar Mathias • “Back In The War” was produced by Shirin Barghi • “No One Is Counting” was produced by Taylor Cook, Shirin Barghi, and Emily Boghossian • “The Right To Not Get Sick” was produced by Stefan Christoff for Free City Radio • “The Divine Spiritual Wisdom of The Universe” was produced by Chief Ayanda Clarke and Justin Bryant • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron • If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message or call us at (917) 719-0021
♥ Read the episode transcript as a Google Doc: https://bit.ly/3dxy2W9
♥ Read the episode transcript as a PDF: https://bit.ly/2XxUFVn

Show Notes

This week we're learning how to get along. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  •  “And The Leaves Are Good In Salad” was produced by Charlie Hoxie  •  “This Prisoner In My Room” was produced by Khyriel Palmer •  “A Lifetime of Stuff” was produced by Sachar Mathias  • “Back In The War” was produced by Shirin Barghi  • “No One Is Counting” was produced by Taylor Cook, Shirin Barghi, and Emily Boghossian • “The Right To Not Get Sick” was produced by Stefan Christoff for Free City Radio •  “The Divine Spiritual Wisdom of The Universe” was produced by Chief Ayanda Clarke and Justin Bryant •  “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron  •  If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message  or call us at (917) 719-0021

♥  Read the episode transcript as a Google Doc: https://bit.ly/3dxy2W9   
♥  Read the episode transcript as a PDF: https://bit.ly/2XxUFVn

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•  Thank you to Ari Ne’eman, Alice Wong, Kathryn Carroll, Gregg Beratan, Susan Dooha, Rosemarie Glarland-Thomson, Alison Barkoff, and Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York (CIDNY).

• Thank you to the Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF) for allowing us to use clips from the 1997 audio documentary We Shall Not Be Moved.  

•  Thank you to the Center for Public Representation. Visit their website for more information on medical rationing and COVID-19. Thank you to the New York State Independent Living Council. Visit their website for more COVID-19 resources and to participate in a survey about the critical needs of disabled New Yorkers during the coronavirus pandemic. If you have experienced disability based discrimination you can file a complaint with the New York State Attorney General’s Office here or by calling (212) 416-8250 or emailing Civil.Rights@ag.ny.gov.

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What is Brooklyn, USA?

Brooklyn, USA is a bi-weekly podcast that blends short documentary, hyperlocal journalism, personal narratives, sound art and audiovisual experimentation to reflect the diversity and beauty of our borough. We deliver New York stories told by the people who live them, and cover issues that impact our community in its own voice. #BKUSA