Open Buffalo will provide a Restorative Justice certification training June 7th through the 10th. The training will host Robert Spicer from Chicago as facilitator. Robert is a national trainer and speaker on restorative justice practices.
Cara Matelliano, Gale Burstein, Louis Petrucci, and Katarzyna Kordas
Learn about the latest science on lead poisoning, current prevention work by Erie County and the City of Buffalo, and promising strategies to increase prevention, based on best practices from Rochester and other cities.
Join us on WUFO 1080AM at 1pm this afternoon for The Public Good! This week we will be talking with Greenwatch columnist and environmental activist Jay Burney about his work with the Our Outer Harbor Coalition.
Please join us for a public student presentation and opening
reception of graphic design projects by students in the Department
of Art at the University at Buffalo. This will be the launch of
PLATFORM: a socially engaged design studio in the UB Department of
Art. Exhibition runs through May 31st …
Open Buffalo, PolicyLink, Partnership for the Public Good, and Push Buffalo
Equity — just and fair inclusion — is the key to sustainable
economic recovery and growth in the Queen City. It is central to
“Health Equity: The Path to Inclusive Prosperity in Buffalo,” a
groundbreaking new report by PolicyLink that will be released on
Monday, May 8, 12pm, …
Join the Crossroads Collective this May Day in Buffalo to celebrate
our shared vision for a just and vibrant economy. Our new economy
must be founded on worker's rights, responsible management of
resources, democratic decision-making, sacredness, the arts, and
equity for all people! An outdoor …
On Friday, May 5 from 10am to 12pm, PPG executive director Sam
Magavern and a team of 15 UB law students will present their
research on the transition from public assistance to employment.
What are some of the key barriers and pitfalls that people
experience as they start to earn their way off of …