24th Annual Unity Walk & Community Festival
Come One, Come All – Be Part of the Solution
Unity Walk, a peaceful demonstration that unites the NYPD, public officials, and the community, enables participants to show strength in harmony, re-establish trust with the NYPD and raise awareness against all violence. The event culminates with a Community Festival that strengthens and empowers our community through education, interactive activities and open, honest dialog between residents, leaders, and law enforcement.
The Walk begins 11:00 a.m. at the corner of Empire Boulevard and Flatbush Avenue, continues down Flatbush Avenue to Church Avenue and ends with the festival at Church Avenue and Utica Avenue where participants are free to enjoy inspirational entertainment, games, and other activities until 6:00pm.
Community Festival & Activities
The Community Festival is ideal for children of all ages. Join us for storytelling adventures, puppet shows, exciting sports and biking demonstration, workout and yoga sessions to help release stress; food, beverages, giveaways and more. Adults can also pick up essential information and participate in myriad of events.
Meet Your local NYPD. Test Your Fire Safety Knowledge. Get Vaccinated Against COVID 19 (adults and children over 12).
- Housing • Insurance (life, rental, etc) • Citizenship and Immigration • Food stability • Employment • Health Screenings • Health Coverage Enrollment • Job Search Assistance • Covid 19 Vaccination and Testing • Fire Safety • First Aid and more
- Jewelry • Food • Clothing • Crafts and more
- Choirs • Singers • Praise Dancers • Children’s Storytellers • Games
BE AN EARLY BIRD:
Sign up before July 30th and get a free Unity Walk T-Shirt.
Register to join the Walk HERE or at communityconcernsnetwork.org/events/24th-annual-unity-walk-community-festival.
(select “Unity Walk Early Bird” when registering). T-shirts are also available for purchase.
We gratefully acknowledge our sponsors:
The New York City Police Foundation, Inc.; NYPD Community Affairs Bureau; 71st Precinct Council, MetroPlus Health, Big Apple Leadership Academy for the Arts, Inc.; Caribbean Supermarket; Chef’s Choice; EmblemHealth, Laparkan Trading, Healthcare Education Project, Humana, and Rainbow Car Service.
Special thanks to CaribPR
To sponsor the event or reserve a vendor table contact Community Concerns Network Inc., or By-Ways and Hedges Youth for Christ Ministry or fill out their contact form HERE or at https://forms.gle/TyK8M3vchjygHzi56