The Bed-Stuy Collective
When Fulton Street, the heart and soul of the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn, was covered from sidewalk-to-sidewalk with a Black Lives Matter mural, it was a statement no one could ignore. But then something unexpected happened. The mural was turned into a gathering space. A safe area for the people of Bed-Stuy to congregate dance, sing, talk, learn, and meditate — a space to build community. This docu-style piece tells the story of how artists, organizers, and neighbors all came together to reclaim their streets.