What is 40th and Brooklyn?
40th and Brooklyn aims to be a blog that covers current events locally, nationally, and internationally through a critical and reflective lens. The blog welcomes guest contributions from students and community to share their thoughts and views on what is happening today, and also bring awareness to current events that do not gain mainstream attention. Opinions and views shared on this blog are not representative of the University of Washington, Office of Minority Affairs and Diversity, Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center.
Why 40th and Brooklyn?
The name 40th and Brooklyn, comes from the cross section of NE 40th Street and Brooklyn Avenue, the location of the Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center. The name is also referencing the intersectionalities, multiple identities and stories we all hold as individuals.