Join us on The Public Good! This Tuesday PUSH Green and PPG staff
discuss the initial research of an ongoing evaluation of the PUSH
Green home weatherization program. They have interviewed over 40
former PUSH Green participants to assess how the program, which
makes homes more efficient and safe …
This event has already taken place. You may access links to
accompanying resources below. Recording: YouTube Video
Presentation: Kristania De Leon's slides Presentation: Harper
Bishop's slides Website: Participatory Budgeting Project Website:
PB Buffalo Website: Buffalo-Niagara Community …
Join us on The Public Good! We're joined by three members of the
Fair Fines + Fees Coalition - Buffalo: Jalonda Hill, coordinator of
the Coalition and a paralegal at the Western New York Law Center,
Pastor George Nicholas of the Lincoln Memorial United Methodist
Church and the African American …
Join us on The Public Good! LEAD, Law Enforcement Assisted
Diversion, is a collaborative pre-arrest diversion program between
Community and Law Enforcement that stops arrests for nonviolent
offenses that occur due to poverty, substance abuse, and mental
health. The hard fought campaign for LEAD in …
Join us on The Public Good! This week we are amplifying a snippet
of our August 13th workshop focusing on the policy strategies
needed to make education equitable in the short and long term.
We're joined by Dr. Dia Bryant of The Education Trust–New
York, Samuel Radford III of CAO Better …
Join us for Facebook watch parties of two workshops hosted recently
by PPG and Black Love Resists In the Rust: Buffalo Police Budget
101 and Redefining Safety / Exploring Alternatives to Policing
(read workshop descriptions below). On Wednesday, August 5 and
Thursday, August 6 at 5:30pm, we'll …
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?