El Grito coordinates public forums, speak outs, advocacy campaigns, and educational programs that engages the community to address social, civil rights, and public policy concerns. We help find solutions to long-standing socio-economic problems.


The aggressive policing of non-violent, low-level, quality-of-life offenses has criminalized communities of color for decades. NYPD arrests and summonses target poor New Yorkers of color like street vendors, subway performers, young people, homeless people, LGBTQ and immigrants – who are put at risk of deportation through Broken Windows policing.

Join El Grito de Sunset Park as we host the next in a continuing series of town hall events on Broken Windows policing.  

New Location:  
Friday, June 30th 
​Sunset Park Recreation Center
4200 7th Avenue, Brooklyn

Co-sponsored by: 
Coalition to End Broken Windows

Confirmed speakers: 

  • Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez
  • Public Advocate Letitia James 

Broken Windows Town Hall

How do we end the era of Broken Windows policing?