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Bushwick Homecomings

Friday, September 28, 2007

Bushwick was one of New York's poorest areas in the 1990s, but it's now becoming part of the wave of gentrification sweeping across the city. Stephanie Joshua's new documentary, Bushwick Homecomings, explores how residents of this Brooklyn neighborhood are reacting the rapid changes going on around them and what those changes might mean for their futures.

Bushwick Homecomings is screening at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival. For more infromation, visit the festival website.

For more information about film, including dates of other upcoming screenings, visit the film's website.

Weigh in: How has your neighborhood been changed by gentrification?

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Comments [1]

Joey

I grew up in bushwiick Brooklyn yes growing up was rough but you learned where to be at and where not to be at I say bushwiick had one thing the whole hood knew each other it was so much fun looking out the window was like seeing goodfellas out the window everyone was Italian times were great Johnny on the pony pump open all night good times Stanhope and irving

Mar. 06 2013 03:31 AM

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