Thursday, May 7, 2009

Cornegy 2009: Brooklyn BlogFest Bloggers Love Brooklyn!

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Please Feel Free To Join the Cornegy 2009 Brooklyn BlogFest Bloggers Love Brooklyn Conversation.

The Brooklyn BlogFest is comprise of bloggers who love Brooklyn, New York. This year BlogFest had over 200 bloggers that shared their pride and love for their Brooklyn neighborhoods.

The BlogFest is a reflection of the diversity of people who live in our Brooklyn neighborhoods. It seems there are only a handful of Bedford-Stuyvesant Bloggers. I had the pleasure to meet and have a very pleasant and enjoyable conversation with Bed-Stuy Banana.

The Bed-Stuy Banana Blog photographs add an unique Bedford-Stuyvesant perspective.

Despite cultural and racial difference the people who live in the Bedford-Stuyvesant and the Crown Heights Community neighborhoods have many similiarities and common threads.

We, too, all love the borough of Brooklyn, New York.

I love Bedford-Stuyvesant. I love the Bedford-Stuyvesant historic landmarks, beautiful brownstones, magnificent architecture and neighborhood churches.

However, I am aware that there are many blocks within our Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights Communities that are economically depressed and need restoration and better community services.

We all are concern about education, parks, playgrounds and recreation for our children, healthcare, jobs and unemployment. We all want the access to good quality schools and parks for our children, good quality healthcare for ourselves and our families.

I encourage parents to get involve in your child or children's school. Be assertive and an empowered member of your child's or children school community. Attend PTA Meetings and have ongoing conversations with your child's or children school principals, teachers and parent coordinators. Keep abreast of your child's or children school activities and be involved as much as possibile.

One of my primary functions as a parent is to advocate on behalf of my children. I encourage parents to get involve in community meetings about improving parks, playgrounds and recreation centers for our children's safety and fun.

Let's continue this conversation. There are compelling Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights Community neighborhood issues, needs and enviromental eyesores that are serious and we need to discuss.

As your Central Brooklyn Community Activist Blogger and a Qualified Candidate for Brooklyn's 36th District City Council Seat I need to blog and address the issues you deem important.

The Cornegy 2009 Blog is an essential online community forum for people living in the Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights Community to share thoughts and exchange ideas.

What are your concerns for our Central Brooklyn community neighborhoods?

What concerns you the most about living in the Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights Communities?

Please comment below.


Cornegy 2009: Brooklyn BlogFest Bloggers Love Brooklyn!

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