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June 21st, 2012 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
Braddock Redux enters into partnership with K.I.D.S. (kids in distresssed situations)
June 21st, 2012 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
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July 22nd, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
Braddock’s 2nd Annual Community Day, Saturday, August 13th!
Braddock's 2nd Annual Community Day will be taking place at the corner of Braddock Ave. and Library Street, Saturday, August 13th, 12pm-5pm. Organized by the Partnership for a Caring Community group and sponsored by Braddock Redux, join us for good fellowship, food, prizes, crafts, games, and fun! For more information contact Christina at 412-537-0435.
July 22nd, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
Braddock Community Center Construction 99% Complete
This Summer the Braddock Youth Project's 46 youth members and 29 interns and staff have a new home in the Braddock Community Center. The Nyia Page Braddock Community Center is close to completion and in it's early programming phases. Pictured are volunteer painters from Massaro Construction on 6/30/11. We are looking forward to the coming years of community events in this beautiful building. See the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article:
June 26th, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
Graffiti Event brings 30+ artists to Braddock for a mural at the Ohringer Building
640 Braddock Avenue has a new vibrant mural. Redux welcomed this national graffiti event as 30+ artists shared in the collaborative creation of this building-wide installation.
June 26th, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
KEYS and Braddock Youth Project in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
BYP member Asriel Harewood recently received a Coca-Cola scholarship to Duke University. Here she is quoted in the Post-Gazette article ""I learned the importance of giving back," she said. "When people see us wearing our BYP shirts, they know that we're trying to get our community back to where it used to be." Read more:
May 8th, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
Braddock Holds a Lively 5th annual Easter Egg hunt
Mayor John Fetterman, Braddock Redux, and Braddock Carnegie Library hosted their 5th annual Easter egg hunt last month in Braddock's community garden! A generous donation from M&M Mars of 100 children's bicycles and Easter candy for all helped to make this holiday especially lively. A strong group of community Volunteers graciously helped to manage the 200 children who participated from Braddock and our surrounding communities. Thank you to everyone who works to enable our community to celebrate these holidays together.
February 19th, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
Pittsburgh Party for a Purpose Hosts Braddock Redux
Pittsburgh Party for a Purpose hosts a benefit dance party for Braddock Redux to be held February 25th at the Firehouse Lounge, 2216 Penn Ave. in the Strip District. Come celebrate! Live and local entertainment, food and drink specials, and an ice cream truck :) Visit for more information, and click on this post for further information about Braddock ice cream days.
February 11th, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
BYP Environmental Media Booklet available
In 2010, Braddock Redux received a grant from the Pittsburgh Foundation to carry out a series of environmentally based projects with its youth. This booklet documents some of those projects. Facilitated by the Braddock Youth Project, teens participated in a curriculum that focused on youth led video production and presentations, a series of hands-on DIY projects, and environmental, community-centered education. Available through Lulu: *Photography by BYP youth
February 11th, 2011 by tonyam Posted in Uncategorized
BCP Scholarship Announcement
The Braddock Community Partnership group announces it's 2011 scholarship, developed to support the pursuit of higher education for high school students in the 15104 zip code. This fund will provide financial support to students for educational or vocational training, especially in the fields of health, social, and economic development. This scholarship will be made possible through your donations. Please contact John W. Smith for further information at