Thanks to our terrific staff Elizabeth Reyes and Derrick Haynes for working these Bronx deployments. Derrick also teaches high school students at a summer program at Columbia University, and between shooting around and building with Magna-Tiles, Derrick reached out to youth at the play street about how they could attend Columbia in the summer.
Our work here was made possible in part with funding from the Building Healthy Communities/Mayor’s Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety through the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice. Learn more about how you can support BUILD NYC here.
Highlights from BUILD NYC at PAL play streets:
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