Original air date: 2/28/2011 On this episode of Brooklyn Review: Brookdale Hospital in East New York is in danger of losing funding due to state budget cuts. State Senator John Sampson held a town hall meeting to address residents? concerns; The HOPE Program?s new initiative, Grocery Works is training people for jobs in the food industry; Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union holds daily tax preparation clinics in Bed-Stuy so that you can meet Uncle Sam?s filing deadline; The director of the Arab American Association of New York offers a local perspective on the civil unrest that?s spreading throughout the Arab world; We meet a Park Slope couple helping to increase the literacy rate of African children, one book at a time; The New York Chapter of the Black Data Processing Associates is doing their part to bridge the digital divide by holding a day of workshops during Black Family Technology Awareness Week. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Brooklyn Review. ;http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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