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Check out this great, and kinda creepy, video about the Brooklyn Navy Yard – it features Rubena Ross, a woman we’ve interviewed for the Brooklyn Navy Yard Oral History Project. The City Concealed: Brooklyn Navy Yard from Thirteen.org on Vimeo.
I just rediscovered this video on Channel Thirteen’s website of a panel we hosted here at BHS in conjunction with the exhibit In Our Own Words: Portraits of Brooklyn Vietnam Veterans: