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Life of the Law

Redesigning Justice

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Red Hook is an isolated neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, once known as the “crack capital of America.” In 2000, residents banded together to create a community justice center more responsive to the needs of the neighborhood.

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The Brian Lehrer Show

Getting Up

Friday, December 07, 2012

The Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook suffered major flooding after Sandy. Three members of the community from different areas of the Red Hook talk about recovery and what they expect from the next storm. Plus: the latest on the cease-fire in Gaza and what it means economically; a look at what the next emerging markets might be, going beyond the Brazil-Russia-India-China format known as BRIC; and your calls on your fantasy mayoral candidates for New York City.

WNYC News

Public Housing Authority Workers Out in Force 2 Weeks After Storm Hits

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

The New York City Housing Authority sent hundreds of its employees to the sprawling Red Hook Houses Tuesday, where two weeks after Sandy some residents continue to lack power, heat and hot water. The workers—many of whom usually staff office jobs at the authority but volunteered to be in the field—went door to door looking for tenants in need.

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WNYC News

Customs Inspection Changes Could Hurt Red Hook Shipping

Friday, January 20, 2012

Area politicians warn that changes in customs inspections could decimate the shipping industry in Red Hook.

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