History was made on October 28, 2013 with the convening of the BMC's first annual meeting. Smart people, issues, politics, organizational business, and food were all in abundance as we took the final formal step toward becoming a member-driven organization. Catch the action below:
Annual Meeting Highlights!
Award-Winning "Soul Food Junkies" Filmmaker, Byron Hurt, shared his personal journey to using storytelling as a tool for Social Justice Movements. Here's some of the knowledge he dropped on us during his talk.
It's hard to believe BMC's 2nd Birthday is next month! A lot has gone down this past year, so we gave members a video look at what THEY have been up to. Check out!
Board Elections The BMC elected a new board of directors. No recount needed! Read about our new Board members here!
New By-laws Members took care of business, by reviewing and approving the BMC by-laws, officially making us member-owned and operated!
Accountability Session Central Brooklyn city council nominees came to talk directly to BMC members about their plans! [Top: Kristian Foy, Working Families Party nominee / Bottom: Laurie Cumbo, 35th district Democratic Party nominee]