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posted Oct 15, 2009, 8:02 AM by Jo Weiss   [ updated Apr 27, 2011, 11:39 AM ]

East New York is no longer the best kept secret and therefore the people can no longer operate as such.  While we welcome change and development, we the people must think and become even more progressive in a way that better guarantees profits, funding and economic empowerment and work alongside things to come, without losing site of core values.  East New York has always been a colorful mixture of communities, neighborhoods and cultures within its borders.  One of the goals of the East New Renaissance is to restore pride and livelihood,  and welcome visitors who have an interest in experiencing East New York's very diverse arts, cultures and history.  Yes, East New York has history and if you don't agree, then let's make history now.  Together we can highlight, yesterday, today and tomorrow in an organized manner that brings a continuous flow of livelihood to all who's interested.  Building and maintaining with innovation and vigor are real options, sitting back or sitting on the fence waiting for something to happen, is not an option.   Let's band together in the "I Love East New York" slogan that would be indicative of the East New York Renissance.
Here's a thought, perhaps hip hop artists, rappers, songwriters, storytellers, poets dancers and other type of artists can begin to work with the idea "I Love East New York " slogan and see what can be produced.  Did you know that people have relocated from the mid-west to live in East New York?  Did you know people have moved from Manhattan to live in East New York.  Did you know that people from Long Island have come to gain political access to the East New York funding?  Did you know that other religious cultures participate in walking-tours through East New York?  Did you know of the resturants opening up in East New York?  Did you know about the amazing talent in East New York, past and present?  Did you know East New York's individual everyday heros are usually totally exhausted at the end of the day?   Did you know that developers will develop East New York?  And did you know you are already apart of the East New York Renissance? 

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posted Oct 15, 2009, 7:59 AM by Jo Weiss   [ updated Apr 27, 2011, 12:44 PM ]


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