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2 Stones, 1 Bird



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2 Stones & 1 Bird is a radio show about Red Hook: Red Hook fashion, comedy, friends, music, movies, and work. It comes from the minds of five young men in the neighborhood and features their smart and comedic take on these topics and more. It was created during their 3-month technology and media training at Pioneer Works. Produced by: Javon Webb, Denzel Walker,Savon Sims, Jacob Gibbs and Joseph Alston, in collaboration with Clocktower Radio.
 

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2 Stones, 1 Bird: Ep 1

Hook Files: Front and Back

People often talk about the different parts of Red Hook. There is the front, the back, and, some would say, the middle. In this episode of Hook Files, RHI's Digital Stewards talk to Red Hook residents about these terms -- what they mean, what the difference is between these parts of the neighborhood, and how development, gentrification, race, and class play out in this community. This episode is narrated by Digital Steward John Reid. Hook Files is a three-part radio miniseries documenting the oral-history of Red Hook, featuring community voices discussing crime, Hurricane Sandy, and the "front and back of the neighborhood." The series is organized by the Red Hook Initiative Digital Stewards, led by artist and educator Cassie Wagler.
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Hook Files: Hurricane Sandy

On October 22nd, 2012, Hurricane Sandy hit Red Hook, Brooklyn, submerging homes, grocery stores, and the entire neighborhood in water. In this episode of Hook Files, RHI Digital Stewards John Reid, Naheem Morris, and Marlaina Eaddy weave together the stories of locals discussing the impact of the deluge on the community --both its damaging and unifying effects. Hook Files is a three-part radio miniseries documenting the oral-history of Red Hook, featuring community voices talk on themes of crime, Hurricane Sandy, and the "front and back of the neighborhood." The series is organized by the Red Hook Initiative Digital Stewards, led by artist and educator Cassie Wagler.
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