Brooklyn, USA

BRIC RADIO

Brooklyn, USA is a bi-weekly podcast that blends short documentary, hyperlocal journalism, personal narratives, sound art and audiovisual experimentation to reflect the diversity and beauty of our borough. We deliver New York stories told by the people who live them, and cover issues that impact our community in its own voice. #BKUSA

Welcome to Brooklyn, USA
Trailer 1 min 41 sec

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This week, we’re sharing stories from Brooklyn’s newest audio-makers. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to Sriyanka Ray, Karim Douaidy, and Jude Chehab.• “Your Coffee is on Me / قهوتك على حسابي” was produced by Amal Al Khateeb, Wael Ali, Osama Al Mathil, and Waleed Hassan. • “The Bodega Strike” was produced by Abeer Al Harazi, Sam El Seidi, and Lamia Hauter.• “Yemeni-Americans and the pursuit of Education” was produced by Takhia Hussein, Yehya Elfgeeh, and Sara Said. • “Bullying Arab Woman / التنمر ضد المرأة العربية” was produced by Ghada Amin, Amira Talbah, Fatima Mokhtar, and Gamila AlShamiri, with help from Anwar Bazar and Amel Haridy.• “Be Yourself (Social Media) / كن كما أنت” was produced by Hanane Elkahal, Nadia Boukhriss, Lalla Abdel Wahab, and Kawtar Kamal. •  “Homeland / الوطن” was produced by Ahlam Ali and Andalib Bakr, with help from Mona Gad and Fathia Ibrahim.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USARadio Free Bay Ridge - https://www.radiofreebayridge.org/Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs - https://www1.nyc.gov/site/immigrants/index.pageYemeni American Merchants Association (YAMA)- https://www.yamausa.org/Arab American Association of New York- https://www.arabamericanny.org/• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3dp7usP• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV

Jun 25

35 min 11 sec

This week, we head out on the highway with the oldest and largest women's motorcycle club in New York. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. No Siren Left Behind is the title of an upcoming documentary short co-directed by Shirin Barghi and Martine Granby. Keep an eye out for its premiere this summer. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to Martine Granby, KT Ballantine, Cheryl Stewart, Jen Baquial, and their sisters at the Sirens Motorcycle Club of New York City, as well as The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center, The Lesbian HerStory Archives, Désirée Yael Vester “DYV”, Dyke TV, Mary Patierno, and Clipper Master D’Barberia.Directors of Photography:Danielle CalodneyKristin KremersEdited byShirin Barghi Katherine Rodriguez Additional CameraMartine Granby Katherine RodriguezSasha Whittle Production AssistantsAriana RosasSasha WhittleGabriel AzaveroSean Anthony David Francois Zoë Kase Myra Al-RahimNana Shakhnazaryan• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA• TRANSCRIPT: https://rb.gy/83b3ng• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV

Jun 2

21 min 45 sec

This week, we’re sitting down with a new generation of Arab activists. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to Ro Johnson, Sriyanka Ray, Amanda Harrington, Eileen Arias Reyes, Brian Vines, Anna Lueck, Jonathan Ortiz, Michael Carroll, David Feldman, Eric Haugesag, Alex Onica, Leslie Hayes, Peter Rywelski, Clinton Philson Jr., Antonio M. Rosario, Onel Mulet, Steve de Séve, Jada Dantzler, Stephen Arnold, Marcus Kearns, Rebecca Rouse, Anhelo Reyes, Laurel Sheridan, and the Brooklyn Nomads.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USAOnwards: The Future of Arab-American Activism - https://bit.ly/3ynnQLlMariam Barghouti - @mariambarghouti on InstagramYafa Dias - https://www.arabamericanny.org/team-aaanySomia Elrowmeim - https://www.wecnyc.org/the-founderMohammed Missouri - https://www.jet-pac.com/team/mohammed-missouri/Vetnah Monessar - https://www.yamausa.org/vetnah-y-monessar/• TRANSCRIPT: https://tinyurl.com/byn2f5kx• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV

May 19

39 min 32 sec

This week, we’re sharing work and stories from Indigenous documentarians, poets, and performers who are setting the art world and its history of cultural and historical theft on fire. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to BRIC Radio Junior Correspondent Griff City, Taylor Cook, Lauren Germain, Sky Hopinka, and Tanaya Winder.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USASyreeta Hector - https://www.syreetahector.com/Sky Hopinka - http://www.skyhopinka.com/Tanaya Winder - Website: https://tanayawinder.com/; IG: @tanayawinder; Book: https://bit.ly/3h86RqxSoni Moreno - https://bit.ly/3ui1kBrNative Roots - http://www.nativeroots.net/Ulali - https://purafe.com/ulali-projectMaika'i Tubbs - http://www.maikaitubbs.com• RESOURCES:Frack Outta Brooklyn - https://www.instagram.com/frackouttabk/Amerinda - http://amerinda.org/main/Manna-hatta Fund - https://mannahattafund.org/American Indian Community House - https://www.aich.org/Indigenous Kinship Collective - https://indigenouskinshipcollective.com/LANDBACK - https://landback.org/• PODCASTS:“Indigenous Action Ep. 1: Acknowledge This!” - https://bit.ly/3uecU0h• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3vNnkEx• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV 

May 5

42 min 56 sec

This week, public access television rules the nation. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to Alease Annan, Anthony Riddle, and the Free Speech TV family.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USABrooklyn Free Speech TV - https://bit.ly/3tCixFkLottie Shannon - Facebook.com/KeepingItRealWithShannonEd Easton Jr - @EdEastonJr on Twitter and InstagramAlfonso Siverls - www.alfonsosiverls.comKetriana Yvonne - www.ketrianayvonne.com• TRANSCRIPT: https://rb.gy/tugs3g• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV 

Apr 21

34 min 41 sec

This week, we’re imagining our disability justice future, and asking you to do the same. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to Nader Bahu, Taylor Cook, BRIC Radio Junior Correspondent Griff City, Lauren Germain, and Laura Mauldin.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA“What Are We Building Towards”Nader Bahu is a Palestinian-American Disabled Filmmaker, who makes films mostly focus on disabled characters and his films touch upon disability issues. Nader started out making autobiography films about himself and his hardships, but now is focused on making fictional films. Nader’s films are doing well in film festivals around the world and have been well received by many. You can here his full comments https://drive.google.com/file/d/12VtlyKUCCUr0rzrkL5CdF3Vg7qzJdxT6/view?usp=sharing Follow Nader on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/BahuNader Instagram: https://instagram.com/naderbahu/Nicole Schroeder is a PhD Candidate at the University of Virginia. She studies the intersection of disability, welfare, and medicine in early America from the founding of the nation to the Civil War. As a historian of disability, Nicole reclaims the unheard voices of disabled individuals who are absent from our collective narratives in her written work and teaching. You can learn more about her work https://www.nicoleleeschroeder.comFollow Nicole on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nicole_lee_sch?s=21Michele Kaplan couldn’t make it to the episode, but you can learn about her covid experience here https://rebelwheelssoapbox.tumblr.com/post/646739383843782656/did-new-york-state-give-disabled-people-covid“There Is No Scarcity Of Care”Una Aya Osato is a Brooklyn based burlesque performer, sex educator, and activist. To stay up to date with Una and support her work, you can subscribe to her patreon (https://www.patreon.com/ThisIsUna), follow her on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thisisuna), and visit BrASS Burlesque’s website (http://www.brassburlesque.com/).Parts of my conversation with Una were inspired by the books Brilliant Imperfection: Grappling with Cure by Eli Clare and Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice by Leah Lakshmi- Piepzna Samarasinha. You can find Leah Lakshmi- Piepzna Samarasinha at https://brownstargirl.org/ and Eli Clare on his website (http://eliclare.com/) and Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/eliclare).This piece was produced by Taylor Cook. Taylor is a graduate student of disability studies at CUNY and a freelance audio producer. You can follow her on Twitter @taylormcook7.“District 75”Forget Me Not - http://www.forgetmenotdocumentary.com/index.php/about-film/“Voice Memos”Brian McCarthy - https://twitter.com/brianpmccarthy?lang=enSick in Quarters (SIQ) - https://www.sickinquarters.com/pages/about• MUSIC:“Pulsers” by Podington Bear • TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3dIMNYj• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV 

Apr 7

49 min

This week, we’re sending radical love and care to our AAPI neighbors. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to Hui and Jeffrey Su.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USABRIC statement on anti-AAPI violence: https://www.instagram.com/p/CMnVZ-zjyeq/Dr. Sherry Wang - https://bit.ly/3rcrhjuAsian American Research Institute - https://aaari.infoRed Canary Song - https://www.redcanarysong.netYin Q - http://www.yinq.netSupport survivors and their families’ direct funding requests: https://bit.ly/2QBhLdbAAPI Journalists Therapy Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/3cWUKc1• MUSIC: “Dark Matter” by Podington Bear• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3db4jEa• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV

Mar 24

42 min 18 sec

This week, we’re going on an audio tour of BRIC’s Latinx Abstract exhibition. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Khyriel Palmer, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to BRIC Radio Junior Correspondent Griff City, Taylor Cook, Lauren Germain, Kecia Élan Cole, Kuye Youngblood, Christian Ovando, Elizabeth Ferrer, Jenny Gerow, Sol Nova, Steve De Seve, Ro Johnson, and the bands Strings N Skins, La Cumbiamba, Ladama.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USABRIC’s Latinx Abstract Exhibition - https://bit.ly/3elbUlISarah Zapata - https://www.sarah-zapata.com/Glendalys Medina - https://www.gmedinastudio.comKaren Miranda - http://karenmiranda.com/Maria Chavez - http://www.mariachavez.org/Christian Ovando - https://www.christianeovando.com/• VIDEO LINKS: ~coming soon~• TRANSCRIPT: https://rb.gy/2xlggu• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV

Mar 10

33 min 58 sec

This week and every week, we’re celebrating Brooklyn’s Black history and future. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thank you to BRIC Radio Junior Correspondent Griff City, Taylor Cook, Lauren Germain, Rob Cameron, The New Modality, Tony Riddle, Nathan Fitch, Devon Blackwell, Fred Brown, Lewis Finlay, and Kyla Primus.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA“Friends Who Remember” by Devon Blackwell - https://vimeo.com/495311570"The Mmanual" by Kenney Emmanuel - https://gumroad.com/l/VXPVdThe Lesbian Herstory Archive -  https://lesbianherstoryarchives.org/"Jean Wimberly, LGBTQ Senior Speaks Out" by Fred Brown for #BHeard - https://bit.ly/2ZOeuby“Promised Land: Religious Ideology and Solarpunk Science Fiction” by Rob Cameron for The New Modality - https://bit.ly/2ZOuWJ2Rob Cameron - http://www.rob-cameron.com/• TRANSCRIPT: https://rb.gy/sjebc9• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICTV 

Feb 24

56 min 46 sec

This week, we gear up for the long winter by taking a look at loneliness. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• LISTENER SURVEY:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BKUSA• LINKS:BKUSA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USASHAINA FEINBERG - shainafeinberg.com/welcome/GRETCHEN BURGER - fearless360.com• MUSIC:“Di Breun” by Blue Dot Sessions“Li Fonte” by Blue Dot Sessions“Blue Blanket” by Podington Bear“Heart Sutra (Gate Gate) ft. Mukti Bird” by Siddhartha Corsus• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3pOJeEu• BRIC EVENTS & CLASSES: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv 

Dec 2020

56 min 29 sec

This week, we go behind the scenes of Flatbush Fists – our 5-part documentary series on the influence that martial arts has had on New York culture. You can watch the entire series here: https://bit.ly/2K1s4DS • "Sensei Chad" was produced by Charlie Hoxie • "Fight Like a Girl" was produced by Sasha Whittle • "Lyrical Mantis" was produced by Khyriel Palmer • "The Known & The Unknown" was produced by Charlie Hoxie • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• FLATBUSH FISTS SERIES PAGE:https://www.bricartsmedia.org/BKUSA/Issue43• LISTENER SURVEY:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BKUSA• LINKS:BKUSA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USACenter for Anti-Violence Education - https://www.caeny.org/Grand Master Bill McCloud's dojo - www.studymartialarts.comHaile Ali - haileali.bandcamp.comTaimak - facebook.com/taimak• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/2W1VxjL• BRIC EVENTS & CLASSES: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv 

Dec 2020

47 min 8 sec

This week, we reflect on the last two, then we hear from our friends up north at Free City Radio on how the U.S. Election impacts worker’s justice in Canada, and share more election experiences from across the nation. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• LISTENER SURVEY:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BKUSA• LINKS:BKUSA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USAFree City Radio - https://soundcloud.com/freecityradioHannah Epperson - http://www.hannahepperson.ca/Tanesha Barnes Travel - https://www.tbarnesglobaltravel.com/• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/36GN4Y4• BRIC EVENTS & CLASSES: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv 

Nov 2020

45 min 58 sec

This week, we tag along with voters across the country as they cast their ballots in the highest-stakes election in American history. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• LISTENER SURVEY:https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BKUSA• LINKS:BKUSA - bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USANational Federation of the Blind - http://nfb.orgTrans Voter Protection Hotline - (239) 946-2718Equality Federation - https://www.equalityfederation.org/Equality Arizona - https://www.equalityarizona.org/RailroadedUnderground - https://twitter.com/RailroadUnderg1Alejandrina Guzman - https://twitter.com/alejandrinazoomWorker's Justice Project - http://www.workersjustice.org/La Colmena - https://www.lacolmenanyc.org/Savory Sweet Neat - https://savorysweetneat.com/2020/11/02/four-years-ago/• TRANSCRIPT: https://rb.gy/qnom2b• BRIC EVENTS & CLASSES: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv 

Nov 2020

1 hr 20 min

This week, we join research studio Extrapolation Factory, Brooklyn’s Speculative Fiction Writers Group, NYC Prepper Jason Charles and other community members in charting a course for what’s next. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato. Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode. If you have something to say and want us to share it on the show, here’s how you can send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Thanks to Jaime Cho, Sharlene Chou, Chuankui Jiang, Lucas Contino, Chuck Kuan, Susan Lau, Nancy Man, Estella Natal, Linda Rose, Mauricio Ruiz, Francie Scanlon, Dominic Wong, Emily Wu, Jordan Wu, Way Zen, John Peery, Alexis Powell, Candace Thompson for participating and performing in the Speculative Design workshop, and to Ignacio Garnham Brandes, Kevin Caldwell, Yuxin Cheng, Jenny Liu, Anh-ton Tran, Jonas Voigt for facilitating. And special thanks to Judy Yenti Chu, Guido Garaycochea, Nung-Hsin Hu at the The Queens Museum New New Yorkers Program.• LINKS:Brooklyn, USA - https://www.bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USAExtrapolation Factory - https://extrapolationfactory.com/Brooklyn Speculative Fiction Writers Group - http://www.bsfwriters.com/NYC Preppers - https://nycpreppers.com/• TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/3m6YNW2 • BRIC Events and Classes: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv 

Oct 2020

50 min 54 sec

This week, we thought that we were getting back to normal, but instead, we’re redefining it. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato  • “Suncut” was produced by Fred Brown • “New York’s Not Dead” was produced by Emily Boghossian • “NYC Nightlife United” was produced by Shirin Barghi with help from Khyriel Palmer  and Kecia Élan Cole • “Jazz Stoop” was produced by Charlie Hoxie. Original compositions in the segment by Kali Rodriguez-Pena, more on him and his band at www.kalirodriguezpena.com •  “Pandemic Motherhood” was produced by Shaina Feinberg • “Outdoor Dining” was produced by Ross Tuttle • “Cooking Under Solitude” was produced by Emily Boghossian and Fred Brown • “Griffin’s World” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook and Lauren Germain • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Read the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/36JITMU• You can watch Shaina Feinberg’s short film, “Pandemic Motherhood” here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CD4DdF-gfk0/• Make your own Sun Cut appointment with Shawn Cosbert – aka The Sun-Barber – by emailing Shawnwcosbert4[at]gmail.com or calling (917) 562-5360• Check out the "Jazz Stoop" musicians on Instagram @wackzilliam, @vitopalos, @kali_rodriguez_music, @sashagutierrrez, @gchakarji, @thebasswalker, @ginasotofficial• Learn more about the Brooklyn Anti-gentrification Network here: https://bangentrification.org/• If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Sep 2020

1 hr 20 min

This week, we’re getting ready for school. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, and Mayumi Sato  • “Learning Pods” was produced by Shirin Barghi • “Blended Learning” was produced by Emily Boghossian • “Going Back To School” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “Griffin’s World” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook and Lauren Germain • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW • Read the episode transcript here: https://rb.gy/ty5ewp•If you want to do your part to ensure that schools stay safe and well-funded, don’t forget to fill out the census: https://2020census.gov/en.html• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Sep 2020

44 min 49 sec

This week, we’re taking flight. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato • The song "Door Hoté (from a distance)" was written by Ifti Chowdhury • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook and Lauren Germain • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW • Read the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/2FEpWjq  • See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Aug 2020

1 hr 1 min

This week, we’re (re)open for business. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  • “Anthony” was produced by Charlie Hoxie • “Neighborhood Spot” was produced by Sachar Mathias and Ross Tuttle • “The Person I Am Today” was produced by Shirin Barghi • “Mutual Gift” was produced by Charlie Hoxie • “Red Canary Song” was produced by Emily Boghossian • “Bringing Things Back” was produced by Emily Boghossian • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook and Lauren Germain • and our Brower Park Walkabout was produced by Afi Yellow-Duke • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW • Read the episode transcript here: https://rb.gy/cjfasc• Learn more about the Brooklyn Public Library’s Justice Initiatives group: https://bit.ly/2EiPyBBParticipate in virtual story time at the Brooklyn Public Library: https://bit.ly/2CBDlHR• Support the work of Red Canary Song: https://bit.ly/3g55ndi• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Jul 2020

59 min 4 sec

This week we’re giving up the ghost of summers past. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  • “The God Squad” was produced by Sriyanka Ray and Anna Lueck •  “Hands, Kings and Brooklyn Streets” was written and performed by Najee Omar • “Skater Spirit” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “Soap Box Derby” was produced by Charlie Hoxie • our Coney Island Sound Walk was produced by Khyriel Palmer and Emily Boghossian • “Hazel Brown Eyes” and “Brower Park Skaters” were produced by Sriyanka Ray and Emily Boghossian • “The Summit” was produced by Shirine Saad and Khyriel Palmer • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook and Lauren Germain • and our Brower Park Walkabout was produced by Afi Yellow-Duke • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Read the episode transcript here: https://rb.gy/0vhebw• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Follow us on Twitter and Intagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Jul 2020

1 hr 6 min

This week we’re catching up with old friends. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  • “Dr. Mert, MD” was produced by Ross Tuttle • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Read the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/2FcsPHJ  • See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/2LzRtlM• Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Jul 2020

1 hr

This week, we’re serving up a full TV Dinner, complete with documentary shorts, animated stories, collaborative poetry, video art, and creative meditations on resistance and resilience. You can watch the video version of this episode on YouTube.com/BRICtv• Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato • “Stranger Fruit” was produced by Jon Henry, Sol Nova, Emily Boghossian and Sachar Mathias • “The People” was produced by Tendayi Kuumba and Greg Purnell • “Facts” was produced by Charlie Hoxie • “Yo SOS” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Heather Day, Rahson Johnson and Soraya Palmer • “Something Is Going to Come Of This” was produced by Suzie Kim and Charlie Hoxie • “How We Love” was produced by J Kas • “How’s That For A Check-In?” was produced by Najee Omar (Artist In Residence, ICAC), Baba Israel, Jessica Sucher and Sachar Mathias. The Intergenerational Community Arts Council (ICAC) is proudly supported by program partners BRIC and University Settlement. • “BK MADE | Tanda Francis” was produced by Kecia Élan Cole • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Griffin Wormer, Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, Lauren Germain and Maddie Wormer • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode.• If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW• Read the episode transcript here: bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA• Follow us on Twitter and Intagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Jul 2020

59 min 29 sec

This week we get a higher education. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  • “A Sink in Every Single Classroom” was produced by Brian Vines, Sachar Mathias, and Ross Tuttle • “Concrete Stories: Youth Media Festival” was produced by Charlie Hoxie and Emily Boghossian • “Good Afternoon and Welcome” was produced by Charlie Hoxie • “The Long Method That We Know” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “A Gap in Their Learning” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “The People Who Are Not There” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “A Hands-On Apocalypse” was produced by Emily Boghossian • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW • Read the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/2OsioRZ• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME: https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/2LzRtlM• Follow us on Twitter and Intagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Jun 2020

1 hr 18 min

This week we’re comin’ straight from the underground. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  • “It Just All Feels Wrong” was produced by Sachar Mathias, Shirin Barghi and Ross Tuttle • “Different Parts of Life” was produced by Khyriel Palmer • “A Dot On A Map” was produced by Emily Boghossian • Very Old, Very Large, Complex” was produced by Sriyanka Ray • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Thank you to Patricia, Kenshasa, Florence and Collete for all they shared with us at the Brooklyn Free Speech Community Producer Watercooler • Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode • Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW ♥  Read the episode transcript: https://bit.ly/2A5ygWY• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME:  https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/2LzRtlM• Follow us on Twitter and Intagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/Brooklyn-USA •

Jun 2020

1 hr 30 min

This week we’re going back to the future. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  •  “We Are Strong, We Are Resilient” was produced by Sachar Mathias  •  “TAROT READING” was produced by Emily Boghossian  •  “Complicated Questions That We Know We Can’t Solve” was produced by Charlie Hoxie  •  “The Foreseeable Future: A Virtual #BHeard Town Hall” was produced by Ro Johnson, Brian Vines, Anna Lueck and Amanda Harrington  •  “Comfortable With My Own Company” was produced by Shirin Barghi  •  “You Can’t Get Hugs Anymore, On The Internet” was produced by Charlie Hoxie and Emily Boghossian  •  “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW♥  Read the episode transcript: https://bit.ly/2WVn1Jd• Watch The Foreseeable Future: A Virtual #BHeard Town Hall here: https://bit.ly/2A0aw66• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME:  https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/2LzRtlM• Follow us on Twitter and Intagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/radio •

May 2020

1 hr 6 min

This week we go from -19,’20 all the way down to zero. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  •  “Hyphen Comma Apostrophe” was produced by Emily Boghossian  •  “Start To Fade Away” was produced by Shirin Barghi •  “Colds And Coughs And That Sort Of Thing” was produced by Ross Tuttle • “In The Beginning It Was Confusing” was produced by Mayumi Sato  • “The People That Really Need It” was produced by Shirin Barghi • “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron. If you have something to say and want us to share it, call us at (917) 719-0021 or check out our handy guide on how to send us a message: https://bit.ly/2Z3pfaW♥  Read the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/2VfX4mn• See what you’ve been missing on BRIC x HOME:  https://bit.ly/2WV72tq• Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses: https://bit.ly/2WAd43v• Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund: https://bit.ly/2LzRtlM • Follow us on Twitter and Intagram @BRICtv • bricartsmedia.org/radio •

May 2020

43 min 47 sec

This week we're learning how to get along. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  •  “And The Leaves Are Good In Salad” was produced by Charlie Hoxie  •  “This Prisoner In My Room” was produced by Khyriel Palmer •  “A Lifetime of Stuff” was produced by Sachar Mathias  • “Back In The War” was produced by Shirin Barghi  • “No One Is Counting” was produced by Taylor Cook, Shirin Barghi, and Emily Boghossian • “The Right To Not Get Sick” was produced by Stefan Christoff for Free City Radio •  “The Divine Spiritual Wisdom of The Universe” was produced by Chief Ayanda Clarke and Justin Bryant •  “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Brooklyn, USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron  •  If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message  or call us at (917) 719-0021♥  Read the episode transcript as a Google Doc: https://bit.ly/3dxy2W9   ♥  Read the episode transcript as a PDF: https://bit.ly/2XxUFVn•  Crisis Text Line  •  Free Digital Mental Health Resources  •  Office of Mental Health COVID-19 Resources •  Thank you to Ari Ne’eman, Alice Wong, Kathryn Carroll, Gregg Beratan, Susan Dooha, Rosemarie Glarland-Thomson, Alison Barkoff, and Center for Independence of the Disabled, New York (CIDNY).• Thank you to the Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF) for allowing us to use clips from the 1997 audio documentary We Shall Not Be Moved.  •  Thank you to the Center for Public Representation. Visit their website for more information on medical rationing and COVID-19. Thank you to the New York State Independent Living Council. Visit their website for more COVID-19 resources and to participate in a survey about the critical needs of disabled New Yorkers during the coronavirus pandemic. If you have experienced disability based discrimination you can file a complaint with the New York State Attorney General’s Office here or by calling (212) 416-8250 or emailing Civil.Rights@ag.ny.gov.• Listen to Free City Radio on CKUT 90.3 FM • See what you’ve been missing on BRICxHOME • Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses • Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund • Follow us on Twitter and Intagram • • bricartsmedia.org/radio •

May 2020

1 hr 27 min

This week: an experiment in finding the truth. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  •  “I Think I’m Okay” was produced by Ross Tuttle  •  “Sentinel Surveillance” was produced by Emily Boghossian  •  “What Is A Virus?” was produced by Charlie Hoxie  • “Hello, Hello?” was produced by Ross Tuttle and Sachar Mathias  • “Primordial Wisdom” was produced by Shirin Barghi  •  “And Now They’re Gone” was produced by Fred Brown  •  “A Grain Of Salt” was produced by Sachar Mathias and Yonatan Rosen  •  “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Brooklyn USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron  •  If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message  or call us at (917) 719-0021• See what you’ve been missing on BRICxHOME • Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses • Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund • Follow us on Twitter and Intagram • • bricartsmedia.org/radio •• Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/pAHMT

May 2020

1 hr 4 min

This week we’re overwhelmed, almost inoperable, and having trouble figuring anything out at all. •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Ross Tuttle, and Mayumi Sato  •  “The Sickness Is The Cure” was produced by Shirin Barghi  •  “Those Who Had Come Into Contact” was produced by Ross Tuttle and Sachar Mathias  •  “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Giff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Taylor Cook, and Lauren Germain  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Brooklyn USA’s “Messages From Over Here” are produced by Voltron  •  If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message.• See what you’ve been missing on BRICxHOME • Learn a new skill in one of BRIC’s Online Media Education Courses • Donate to BRIC’s Creative Future Relief Fund • Follow us on Twitter and Intagram • • bricartsmedia.org/radio •• Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/tFO38

Apr 2020

38 min 59 sec

This week, we’re seeing the world, the way the world sees itself. (Part 2)  •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Mayumi Sato, and Ross Tuttle  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode.  •  All the thanks in the world to the following people for helping us collect these messages from across the universe: Ethan Liu; Daniel Rios; Siji Awoyinka; Ana Catalan; Ilya Shnitser; Arthur and Jamie; Marion and John; Helen; Jessica Lander; Allyson and Santi; Yonatan Rosen; Dave Mark; Jack Barrett and Ellen Barrett.  •  Thank you to BANTU and Entraña y Torrezno for providing original music for this show.• If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message!  https://www.bricartsmedia.org/BKUSA/VoiceMemo • Or call us at (917) 719-0021, tell us your name, where you’re calling from, how to reach you, and any and all of the things you need or want to say. We’re here when you need us, and we can’t wait to hear from you.• bricartsmedia.org/radio •• Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/EHOT1

Apr 2020

1 hr 37 min

This week, we’re seeing the world, the way the world sees itself. (Part 1) •  Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Charlie Hoxie, Khyriel Palmer, Mayumi Sato, Ross Tuttle and Sriyanka Ray.   •  “Radio Quarantine Kolkata” was produced by Sriyanka Ray •  “Mert Erogul, M.D.” was produced by Ross Tuttle  •  “E.B. White” was produced by Shirin Barghi • "Friendship Far" was produced by Emily Boghossian • “Health in Haiti” was produced by Ross Tuttle  •  “Hanna Min Jung Herbertson” was produced by Sachar Mathias  •  “Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Grff City” was produced by Emily Boghossian, Lauren Germain, and Taylor Cook  •  Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode  •  Listen to Part 2 for more messages from around the world! • If you have something to say and want us to share it, send us a message!  https://www.bricartsmedia.org/BKUSA/VoiceMemo • Or call us at (917) 719-0021, tell us your name, where you’re calling from, how to reach you, and any and all of the things you need or want to say. We’re here when you need us, and we can’t wait to hear from you.• bricartsmedia.org/radio •• Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/hnqPQ

Apr 2020

37 min 57 sec

This week, we’re washing the invisible hand.• Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, Mayumi Sato, and Charlie Hoxie. Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode.• Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/akBNO• La Colmena was produced by Shirin Barghi • With Those Who Have Less was produced by Ross Tuttle  • Lining Up For Scones was produced by Ross Tuttle and Sachar Mathias  • Workers Justice was produced by Charlie Hoxie  • The Skin On Your Body was produced by Justin Bryant and Nefertiti Dallas  • After The Pandemic was produced by Charlie Hoxie  ª They Kept Some Of It For Themselves was produced by Ross Tuttle and Sachar Mathias  Strike Wave was produced by Emily Boghossian • On Hold was produced by Emily Boghossian   • Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City was produced by Emily Boghossian, Lauren Germain, and Taylor Cook • Support the Worker's Justice Project's COVID-19 Journalera Relief Fund: http://www.workersjustice.org/donate• Support La Colmena in advocating for worker's rights: https://www.lacolmenanyc.org/donate • Support for our Medical Heroes On The Front Lines:https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-our-medical-heroes-on-the-front-lines• Learn about expanded Unemployment Insurance Benefits in New York: https://labor.ny.gov/ui/pdfs/ui-covid-faq.pdf• Learn how to access Unemployment Insurance & Individual Cash Assistance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEkOp2HKJso• If you have something to say and want us to share it, call (917) 719-0021, tell us your name, where you’re calling from, email (we’ll edit this out, we just want to know how to reach you) and any and all of the things that you need or want to say. You can also record yourself using your phone and email the audio file to brooklynusapodcast@gmail.com.  We’re here when you need us, and we can’t wait to hear from you. bricartsmedia.org/radio •

Apr 2020

1 hr 24 min

This week, we’re doing it all from home.• Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, Mayumi Sato, and Charlie Hoxie. Suzie Kim provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode.• It’s Like Nothing’s Even Going On was produced by Justin Bryant and Chrisopher Murrell• Alone In A Studio was produced by Shirin Barghi• They Expect You To Be There was produced by Ross Tuttle and Sachar Mathias• Mert Erogul, MD was produced by Ross Tuttle and Dr. Mert• Your Are Your Safest Sex Partner was produced by Emily Boghossian• It Always Feels Like A Party was produced by Charlie Hoxie• Weekend Weather with Junior Meteorologist Griff City was produced by Emily Boghossian, Lauren Germain, and Taylor Cook• John Redmond provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode.• If you have something to say and want us to share it, call (917) 719-0021, tell us your name, where you’re calling from, email (we’ll edit this out, we just want to know how to reach you) and any and all of the things that you need or want to say. You can also record yourself using your phone and email the audio file to brooklynusapodcast@gmail.com.  We’re here when you need us, and we can’t wait to hear from you.Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/iluGZ • bricartsmedia.org/radio •

Apr 2020

58 min 54 sec

This month, we’re surviving a plague. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, Mayumi Sato, and Charlie Hoxie.• Read the episode transcript here: https://bit.ly/3lS4oAD  • Jason Charles, Doomsday Prepper was produced by Charlie Hoxie• Ahmed Hozain, Surgical Resident was produced by Ahmed Ali Akbar and Shirin Barghi for BRIC Radio x See Something Say Something miniseries M Train• Yin Q, BDSM Practitioner and Skin Hunger were produced by Emily Boghossian• Mert Erogul, ER Doctor was produced by Ross Tuttle• Junior Meteorologist Griff City was produced by Emily Boghossian, Lauren Germain, and Taylor Cook • Pandemic Brooklyn Soundwalk was produced by Sachar Mathias  • Suzie Kim and Man Meat provided the soundtrack for this week’s episode.• If you have something to say and want us to share it, call (917) 719-0021, tell us your name, where you’re calling from, email (we’ll edit this out, we just want to know how to reach you) and any and all of the things that you need or want to say. You can also record yourself using your phone and email the audio file to brooklynusapodcast@gmail.com.  We’re here when you need us, and we can’t wait to hear from you. • bricartsmedia.org/radio •

Mar 2020

44 min 13 sec

This month, we’re sharing stories from Brooklyn’s newest audio-makers. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, and Charlie Hoxie with help from Liam Billingham and Nicole Solomon."The Industry Is Watching" is produced by DeMarius “Champ” Kilpatrick"The Usable Past" is produced by Marie Nahikian"Under The Table" is produced by Vera Rios"SONIC BLACKNUSS" is produced by Nia I'man Smith"My Latinidad" is produced by Maria Patricia Slee"#WeMakinIt" is produced by Kadie Henderson"Cinema Iran" is produced by Arzoo Hansen"The Search" is produced by Maria Luisa TuckerApply for the 2020 BRIC Podcast Intensive.Tell us a story.Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/abyJK• bricartsmedia.org/radio •

Feb 2020

35 min 54 sec

This month, we’re sharing stories from Brooklyn’s newest audio-makers. • Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, and Charlie Hoxie with help from Sriyanka Ray and Sharrington Haynes. This episode was edited by Nicole Solomon.#BHeard Amplified is supported by Lincoln Center’s Cultural Innovation Fund which is generously supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and administered by Lincoln Center."Word on the Street" was produced by Dashawn Oden "Hit Me Up Good News" was produced by Barbra Jones "Don’t Touch My Money" was produced by Anita Pierce & Francois Pierce "Asking Black Women" was produced by Nasheva-Starr "Let’s talk Maternal Health" was produced by Suzette Jack "A Child’s World" was produced by Dovie Matthews Tell us a story.Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/mzP05 • bricartsmedia.org/radio •

Feb 2020

49 min 13 sec

This month, we’re looking for ways to get better without breaking the bank.• Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, Sasha Whittle, and Charlie Hoxie.“The Life That They Want” was produced by Khyriel Palmer.“Parallels I See Between” was produced by Jasia Kaulbach.“Take Care Of Ourselves” was produced by Emily Boghossian. “Black Boys Play” was produced by Martine Granby.Tell us a story.Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/etvJM• bricartsmedia.org/radio •

Feb 2020

44 min 19 sec

Welcome to More Than Slam, a four-part series hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and DJ Jive Poetic about the history of slam poetry, and where it’s going next.•••More Than Slam is hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and DJ Jive Poetic. The series is produced by Emily Boghossian, Nia I'man Smith and Jessica Sucher. It is recorded by Onel Mulet and Eric Haugesag, and edited by Shorouk Elmady. Our executive producer is Sachar Mathias.If you want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet @BRICradio, leave us a message online, and please rate and review! bricartsmedia.org/radioRead the transcript here: shorturl.at/lDHV5

Jan 2020

1 hr 3 min

Every November, people from all over the country come to Brooklyn to jockey for the best sidewalk corners and empty lots, set up their stands, and sling Christmas trees for up to $130 a pop. Producer James Dinneen spent the dog days of December wandering around Brooklyn, talking to the seasonal workers and year-round farmers running these pop-up stands.• Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias and Emily Boghossian.“L'offre Et La Demande” was produced and edited by James Dinneen. You can follow James on Twitter @jamesNESW.Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/bkHMW

Dec 2019

14 min 35 sec

This month, we’re staring down the barrel and looking for answers to America’s gun problem.• Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, Sasha Whittle, and Charlie Hoxie.“Content Likely To Incite” was produced by Maria Luisa Tucker with music from Blue Dot Sessions“The God Squad” was produced by Sriyanka Ray and edited by Anna Lueck.  You can watch the video version of this short documentary, here.“A Dot On A Map”, “YO S.O.S.” and “There Is Nothing Strange About Him” were produced and edited by Emily Boghossian. Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/bnoGM

Dec 2019

58 min 1 sec

Welcome to More Than Slam, a four-part series hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and DJ Jive Poetic about the history of slam poetry, and where it’s going next.•••More Than Slam is hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and DJ Jive Poetic. The series is produced by Emily Boghossian, Nia I'man Smith and Jessica Sucher. It is recorded by Onel Mulet and Eric Haugesag, and edited by Shorouk Elmady. Our executive producer is Sachar Mathias.If you want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet @BRICradio, leave us a message online, and please rate and review! bricartsmedia.org/radioRead the transcript here: shorturl.at/rtyHL

Nov 2019

53 min 21 sec

This month, we’re defining the relationship we’re in with the planet.Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias, Emily Boghossian, Shirin Barghi, Khyriel Palmer, Sasha Whittle, and Charlie Hoxie.Between a Human and a Fish was produced by Reva Goldberg. Thanks to Martice Smith, The World Science Festival, the Billion Oyster Project and NYC Department of Parks and Recreation for their help with the piece.These Rocks Don’t Belong Here was produced by James Dinneen.These Things Have Been Growing For Years was produced by Brian Vines and Emily Boghossian.Dissolving Down was produced by Lindsay Skedgell.Bloom Again Brooklyn was produced by Kritzie Roberts and Khyriel Palmer.Tell us a story.• https://www.bricartsmedia.org/brooklyn-usa •Read transcript here: shorturl.at/uCJSV

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Nov 2019

1 hr 1 min

This month, we’re finding sparks of joy and celebrating life. •The Brooklyn, USA podcast is produced by Sachar Mathias and Emily Boghossian. The Summit was produced by Shirine Saad and edited by Khyriel Palmer. You can watch their documentary short on Brooklyn’s Soul Summit party here.Your Outside House  was written and produced by Syd Baloue.God Bless His Taste In Music was produced by Shirin Barghi and Emily Boghossian. You can watch the trailer for Mohamed Abo El Wafa’s short film Disco Tehran here, and find out where they’re partying next here.Born And Bred In My Island was produced by Dan Rosato. Read the transcript: shorturl.at/nrDEQ

Oct 2019

40 min 58 sec

Welcome to More Than Slam, a four-part series hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and DJ Jive Poetic about the history of slam poetry, and where it’s going next.•••More Than Slam is hosted by Mahogany L. Browne and DJ Jive Poetic. The series is produced by Emily Boghossian, Nia I'man Smith and Jessica Sucher. It is recorded by Onel Mulet and edited by Shorouk Elmady. Our executive producer is Sachar Mathias.If you want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet @BRICradio, leave us a message online, and please rate and review! bricartsmedia.org/radio

Sep 2019

45 min 23 sec

This season on Brooklyn, USA, we're taking you behind the scenes and into the minds of the Brooklyn Slam Team with More Than Slam. More Than Slam is a new, four-part series hosted by Mahogany Browne and DJ Jive Poetic about the past, present, and future of slam poetry.Episode 1 of More Than Slam is coming soon! So keep your ears open and your eyes on the Brooklyn, USA feed.Read transcript here: shorturl.at/agFJN

Sep 2019

43 sec

This month, we’re finding our faith and losing our religion.•••This episode of Brooklyn, USA was produced by Sachar Mathias and Emily Boghossian. • Sound Was A Medicine was produced and edited by Emily Boghossian. You can find out more about Nate Martinez and his sound healing practice here. • Skater Spirit was produced and edited by Khyriel Palmer. • Sisters on a Train was produced and edited by Sasha Whittle. • Is Santeria Real? was produced by writer and content creator Lorena Reyes De la Cruz as part of the Brooklyn Public Library's BKLYN Outpost Redux series. Thank you to Brenda Bentt-Peters, Sarah Delannoy, Onel Mulet, and Liam Billingham for their help getting this story to us. • I’ve Been A Witch was produced by Shirin Barghi and edited by Emily Boghossian. • bricartsmedia.org/radioRead the transcript here: shorturl.at/aemM5

Jul 2019

55 min 33 sec

TELL is a bimonthly, live storytelling podcast that centers queer voices and is hosted by Drae Campbell. #TELLqueerstories For more Drae Campbell, visit www.draecampbell.com Our theme song was written and recorded by Peter Lettre and Drae Campbell. ••• #TELL is part of the BRIC Radio family. For more information on this and all BRIC Radio podcasts, visit www.bricartsmedia.org/radio.

Jun 2019

1 min 30 sec

Life is more than meets the eye, so today we’re celebrating its sound.•••This episode of Brooklyn, USA was produced by Sachar Mathias and Emily Boghossian. The Cricket Song was produced by Lene Bech Sillesen, and featured music from Adam Brody and Jude Tallichet. The World As An Instrument was produced by Lindsay Skedgell and edited by Emily Boghossian. You can watch Lindsay’s short film about Angelica Negron on BRIC TV. Delia Derbyshire and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop was produced by Myra Al-Rahim. You can hear more of Myra’s work on the Constellations Podcast and in and around Brooklyn (USA). I Was Tryna Take The J From There was produced by Solpara. You can find more of his work here.If you want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet @BRICradio, leave us a message online, and please rate and review! bricartsmedia.org/radioRead the transcript here: shorturl.at/gitxA

Jun 2019

45 min 5 sec

We hear from the community on what Justice means to them, at the 2019 BRIC OPEN Festival.***This episode of Brooklyn, USA was produced and edited by Sachar Mathias and Emily Boghossian. The Collaborative Podcasting sessions at this year’s BRIC OPEN Festival were produced by Liam Billingham, Keith Kaminski, PJ Ryan and Greg Anderson-Elysee. Thanks again to everyone who stopped by to give us a piece of their mind.If you want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet @BRICradio, leave us a message online, and please rate and review! Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/gwORSbricartsmedia.org/radio

May 2019

23 min 25 sec

Stories of Humanity featuring Johnny Hincapie, Leroy Harris, Mark Denny, Carlos Sanchez, Phony Ppl and The Innocence Project – live at the BRIC Open Festival, 2019.***This episode of Brooklyn, USA was produced by Sachar Mathias, Sriyanka Ray, Myra Al-Rahim and Emily Boghossian. Stories of Humanity: A Night With The Innocence Project and Phony People was produced by Lia Crockett and Vanity Gee for the 2019 BRIC Open festival. Thank you to The Innocence Project and Phony Ppl for such an incredible evening. If you want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet us @BRICradio, leave us a message online and please rate and review!Read the transcript here: shorturl.at/ersv3bricartsmedia.org/radio

Apr 2019

37 min 52 sec

It has been said that he not busy being born is busy dying. *** Brooklyn, USA is produced by Sachar Mathias and Emily Boghossian. "Corpse Flower" was produced by Emily Boghossian and Brian Vines, with help from Mayumi Sato. You can follow Brian into the field, and inside the issues that matter on his BRIC TV series, "Going In With Brian Vines" https://bit.ly/2sesJ8k and on IG here: https://bit.ly/2EIgUA0 "Shatzi Weisberger Believes That Death," was produced by Shirin Barghi and edited by Myra Al-Rahim "Morbid Anatomy" was produced by Emily Boghossian and Dolma Ombadykow -- who can be found on Twitter @dombadyk. To learn more about Doreen Garner’s work, visit her website www.doreengarner.com Thanks to Richard Bryan for being a part of the process. This episode featured music from the De Wolfe music library and the song "Corpse Flower" by the band Horror Story, courtesy of Demon Nation Records. If you like what you heard, please rate and review! If you think we got something wrong or just want to get in touch, leave us a comment, tweet us @BRICradio or leave a message at (347) 504-0801 For more information on this and all BRIC Radio podcasts, visit www.bricartsmedia.org/radioRead the transcript here: shorturl.at/juvzU

Dec 2018

41 min 7 sec