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Wednesday, Oct. 16 (See map view)

Bric exhibits art by Brooklyn-based Muslim artists as part of the "Muslims in Brooklyn" project.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 11 am–7 pm

An art installation that combines oral history with prints as part of the "Muslims in Brooklyn" project.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, Noon–5 pm

A collaborative project of artists, writers, and performers inspired by women like Sally Hemings, whose lives have often been erased or forgotten.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 6–9 pm

A music festival, a music and tech conference, and a global business summit.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 6 pm–11 pm

A panel of experts discuss the systematically racist banking practice of denying loans to people of color in post-WWII urban neighborhoods, in a conversation moderated by Kai Wright, host of WNYC podcast The Stakes.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 7 pm

The civil rights attorney reads from his book "Open Season: Legalized Genocide Of Colored People."

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 7:30 pm

A dope comedy show.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 8 pm

The Chicago-style stand up showcase features Casey James Salengo, DC Benny, Sonia Denis, and more.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 16, 9 pm

Wednesday, Oct. 30 (See map view)

Bric exhibits art by Brooklyn-based Muslim artists as part of the "Muslims in Brooklyn" project.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30, 11 am–7 pm

An art installation that combines oral history with prints as part of the "Muslims in Brooklyn" project.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30, Noon–5 pm

The spookhouse celelbrates its 12th year of frights, with life-size animatronics! For all ages, but scarier at night.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30, 1–5 pm and 6:30–10 pm

A site-specific production that explore questions about LGBTQ identity and the American Christian experience.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 30, 7 pm

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