Join us on The Public Good! This week we talk with Doug Funke
of Citizens for Regional Transit. We discuss how the COVID-19
pandemic has highlighted inequities--how difficult it can be for
those without vehicles to access jobs and basic needs such as food
and healthcare. In our city and …
What is the value of service learning in higher education?
What power relations does service learning reproduce?
What possibilities exist for service learning?
What might shift if one decolonizes service learning?
Join us on The Public Good! We'll hear fro four Cornell
undergraduate students who are completing projects with a variety
of PPG's community partners to progress Buffalo equitably in areas
of food, lending, educational opportunities, and community
engagement through Cornell ILR Buffalo …
Brian Borncamp, Vanessa Glushefski, Marielle Smith, Andrea Ó Súilleabháin
In recent decades, cities across the US have dramatically increased
their spending on policing, criminalization, and
incarceration--often while decreasing funding for community
services, infrastructure, and neighborhood priorities. According to
one study, many cities allocate 20% to 45% of their …
Join us on The Public Good! This week continues our series on
police reform. On today's show, we talk with Danielle Johnson, Erin
Carman, De'Jon Hall, and Mike Powell, members of the Buffalo
Police Advisory Board. We discuss the Advisory Board's work since
it was created in 2018 and especially …
Join us on The Public Good! This radio show begins our series
focused on police reform. For the next few weeks, we'll take stock
of changes being made by Buffalo and New York State and we'll
discuss what's still needed to transform safety and justice in our
communities. On today's show, we talk …