The Bridge Multi-Cultural Advocacy Project

1894 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11201


The Bridge Multi-Cultural Project (MCP) is a nonprofit organization created to promote inter-group and intra-group collaboration among diverse communities across New York City and the entire nation. A program sponsored by the Voice of Justice, the Bridge MCP was formed to address the many serious social issues facing society today. Our organization aims to unite and energize the skills of every racial, ethnic, cultural and religious group across NYC and the United States to respond to these very important issues. The Bridge MCP's mission will be accomplished through the ongoing creation of working relationships and joint task forces made up of people from various cultural and religious backgrounds. By creating a strong coalition of constituencies, and joint tasks forces, the Bridge MCP will work towards solving complex, emerging problems in American culture.

The Bridge is a new multicultural resource project sponsored by The Voice of Justice. The Bridge is a state-of-the-art community outreach location designed to host empowerment dialogues in Brooklyn and across the nations.  The new interactive facility will host local meetings and community events to foster unity in our diverse communities.
For the past 20 years,  the leadership of The Voice of Justice has played a historic role in advocating social change for our nation. That impact has been most evident in our ability to petition and legislate social issues and health interventions into laws. Our social awareness movement has spearheaded and implemented awareness with protecting our children from sexual predators, Child Safety, and The NYS Early Intervention Law.  In addition, we have played a leadership role promoting health issues that are directly impacting our community including; Diabetes, Asthma, Obesity, Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) treatment plans, and the New York State Health Initiative plan. The Voice of Justice has been highlighted by all major media as the leading advocate for Crimes Against Children.  These platforms are part of an ever increasing effort to empower a better quality of life for all.
The key to our global success has been building diverse coalitions, comprised of top New York City advocacy groups and local leaders. As a combined force, we create a unified voice necessary to approach government on top agenda issues. Our experience has shown that it is easier to facilitate change when diverse communities come together as one. The Bridge will be the model advocacy organization ready to support social issues across the nation.

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