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Photos and Video
The Neighborhoods Surrounding the Development Site
• Some of the Buildings in the Footprint of the Proposed Site
• A Photo Tour of the Neighborhood from Gotard 

Letitia James Gets Remixed from The Footprint Gazette
Download Letitia James Remix.mp3 or listen below:

Atlantic Yards Photo Simulations
Before and after views from around the project footprint reveal the massive scale of the proposed luxury apartments and sports complex.
All Images Copyright 2006 Jonathan Barkey.

"Brooklyn Matters"

No single event will have a more drastic and long-lasting impact on Brooklyn than the proposed Atlantic Yards development. This uncommon proposal, however, is mostly misunderstood. Brooklyn Matters is an insightful documentary that reveals the fuller truth about the Atlantic Yards proposal and highlights how a few powerful men are circumventing community participation and planning principles to try to push their own interests forward.
Producer/Director- Isabel Hill, buildinghistory@verizon.net
Official Website | Trailer on YouTube


April 3, 2008 Protest of the Brooklyn Museum Honoring and Celebrating Bruce Ratner

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DDDB selected photos

August 23, 2006 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) "Hearing":
Coverage Of The Scam Atlantic Yards DEIS Proceedings
-Produced by Freddy's Brooklyn Roundhouse.

July 16, 2006 Rally:
• Videos of July 16, 2006 Rally at Grand Army Plaza
• Photos of July 16, 2006 Rally at Grand Army Plaza
• More rally photos from Diane Greene Lent

• June 3rd, 2006 Dan Zanes and Friends Sold Out Benefit Concert

• November 13, 2005 Walkathon - Walk Don't Destroy

A Walk Through the Footprint
(click to download 44mb quicktime file)
This 18-minute short film profiles several Prospect Heights residents who face eviction due to developer Bruce Ratner’s Brooklyn Arena project. Ratner’s plan to erect not just an arena, but a 16-skyscraper mega-development complex would displace some 800 people who live in the vibrant community of Prospect Heights. The film follows the model of the PBS “Walk Through” series that profiles neighborhoods around New York, but in this film the tour guides are community activists, members of Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn, who visit several of the residents facing eviction. The characters are funny and poignant, passionate and compelling, as they describe the life of a vital community.

Filmmaker, George Lerner has made a series of short films on Brooklyn neighborhoods Crown Heights and Red Hook for the travel website TurnHere.com. As a long-time CNN producer, he spearheaded CNN investigative series on Al Qaeda links in Canada, Saddam Hussein's money trail and abuses by U.S. contractors in Iraq. As a reporter for Reuters in the 1990s, he covered global poverty issues, reporting on Latin America’s 1995 economic crisis and Asia’s 1998 financial meltdown.

Supersize Brooklyn: Fuhgeddaboudit (pdf) STOP ATLANTIC YARDS poster
(pdf | 27mb | 17x11inches)

Postcards: Coming Soon