Free food deliveries arrive in Brooklyn, thanks to a DIY digital “neighborhood”

The dense and frantic city of New York is by far the largest epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic in the United Statesand cases are rapidly increasing in the borough of Brooklyn, which with almost 2.6 million people is larger than most cities in the world. Here, people have long relied on their neighbors and their churches for help during difficult times.

They always do. But in the tree-lined neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant, known as Bed-Stuy, where gentrification quickly widened the gap between the rich and the poor, a new form of neighborhood help is taking root online .

The dense and frantic city of New York is by far the largest epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic in the United States and cases are rapidly increasing in the borough of Brooklyn , which with almost 2.6 million people is larger than most cities in the world. Here, people […]

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