At BRIC this Thursday, June 22, a panel of activists will discuss how best to work together in solidarity to advance women's rights.
The next #BHeard Town Hall will feature a group of veteran journalists discussing the consequences of hostilities between President Trump and the mainstream press---and what can be done about it.
BRIC TV's The Sweatshop of Wall Street is a hard-hitting documentary that exposes corporate deception and illegal practices.
The open call's first commission will expect to be completed by March 1. Bric asks that only filmmakers who are prepared to deliver a final product by then to apply.
BRIC presents a live broadcast, town hall-style discussion on the effects of Race & Mass Incarceration and the direct impact it has on New Yorkers.
BRIC TV delivers a bold lineup of documentary series, hyper-local news, politics, music, comedy, scripted series and more.
Just three years short of a half-century from when Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated — on what would be Dr. King’s 86th birthday — we’re taking a look at some of Brooklyn’s revolutionary community groups who keep his legacy alive through their work toward equality and diversity.
BRIC TV, the Brooklyn-centric cable and digital network, kicked off a new season of shows last night with a lively launch party at its home base in Fort Greene’s BRIC House.
One of the borough’s leading community networks, BRIC TV was described by Executive Producer Aziz Isham as “Vice meets PBS.”
Brownstoner had the opportunity to get a sneak peek of the lineup which includes the debut of several freshly minted original programs and new seasons of popular shows like BK Live and Straight Up. There’s one new show that may be particularly interesting to Brownstoner readers — On the Grid, hosted by Zephyr Teachout.