Fighting Back Against the Corporate Rebranding of Flatbush, Brooklyn
Founded in 2013, Equality for Flatbush (E4F) is a Black/POC-led, grassroots organization which was created in direct response to the increase in tenant and police harassment due to gentrification, particularly in Crown Heights, Flatbush, and East Flatbush.
Imani Keith Henry is a long-time anti-police brutality, anti-war, anti-death penalty, LGBTQ, and Harm Reduction activist in the US. In 2013, Imani founded Equality for Flatbush (E4F) a Black/POC-led, grassroots organization which does police accountability, affordable housing, and anti-gentrification/anti-displacement organizing Brooklyn-wide. As a Black Lives Matter group E4F believes in the abolition of the police, ICE, and prisons. Created as a direct response to the increase in tenant and police harassment due to gentrification, E4F has only 2 goals: to End NYPD murders and to Stop the displacement of low-to-middle-income people from Brooklyn, NY. Imani holds a Masters in Social Work from New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and a Masters in Public Administration from The Wagner School of Public Service.
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