In the empty gym of a community center in Brownsville, Brooklyn, a small group of local residents in hunter green polo shirts and jackets read out some numbers.
“Sixty-four days, no shootings. Nineteen days, no killings.”
“Three days, no shootings. Three hundred and 10 days, no killings.”
And on it went, around the room.
In this part of New York City, a day without a gun death isn’t taken for granted. Brownsville and its surrounding neighborhoods have long been plagued by gang…