A café in the increasingly gentrified Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of New York City’s Brooklyn borough is looking real funny in the light after reportedly refusing to give candy to black children who came in to trick-or-treat on Halloween.
Not trying to be flip, but what can you say when lynching paraphernalia is being spread around the United States like Whole Foods in the hood?
Looks like the New York City Police Department won’t be popping into Dunkin’ Donuts anytime soon after an apparent falling-out that started Friday when a worker at a Dunkin’ Donuts/Baskin-Robbins in Brooklyn allegedly refused to scoop ice cream for two 73rd Precinct detectives because they were cops.
Last week a Brooklyn, N.Y., landlord threatened to remove a Biggie Smalls mural created by Spread Art NYC in order to make room for new windows. But on Monday, local activists reached an agreement with the landlord.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., landlord plans to remove a mural of Biggie Smalls to make room for windows and raise rent prices.