Senegalese Culture on Fulton Street, Brooklyn

Equipped with cameras and vigilant eyes, our teens embarked on a street journey to discover Senegalese culture on Fulton Street, located in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.  During the outdoor adventure we found many Senegalese owned businesses and establishments. Some of the places we explored including the Masjid At-Taqwa mosque and the Pulaar Speaking Association. During our trip we also had the opportunity to meet and greet several street vendors, restaurant owners, and hair stylists.

Street vendor goods

Street vendor goods being sold outside on Fulton Avenue.

The Pulaar Speaking Association

The Pulaar Speaking Association Headquarters, located on Fulton Street.

Masjid At- Taqwa mosque

The Masjid At- Taqwa mosque, located on the corner of Fulton Street and Bedford Avenue.

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