Protesters in North Brooklyn took to the streets to halt construction of a fracked gas pipeline that would run through the neighborhoods of Bushwick, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Brownsville and Bed-Stuy. Many suspect that the National Grid chose to run the pipeline through black-majority neighborhoods instead of mostly white ones.
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