CoNECT - Community Network for Engagement, Connection and Transformation
This workshop is geared toward professionals and frontline
workers in education, healthcare, human and community services.
Gain knowledge and learn best practices related to integrating
cultural competency and trauma-informed approaches in your work.
Hear experts on these subjects CoNECT- …
Join us on The Public Good! Our guests are Ilyas Khan, Gabby
Prince, Kiera Quinlivan and Emily Dyett of the WNY Youth Climate
Council. Ilyas, Gabby and Kiera are youth members of the council,
which Emily supports as coordinator on behalf of the WNY
Environmental Alliance. We’ll discuss the …
Join us on The Public Good! We speak with Miles Gresham and Rebecca
Town of the Legal Aid Bureau of Buffalo, Inc. and PPG
Community Researcher Colleen Kristich. We discuss the impact of the
public health crisis for folks in our county's jail facilities and
what steps could be taken to safely …
Russell Weaver, Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab Economic Geographer
Due to the developing COVID-19 situation, the three-part Data Driven Community Research series will be postponed. In its place, please join Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab geographer and data analyst Rusty Weaver, PhD, for a virtual forum on the Western New York data landscape.
Celebrate frontline workers, reflect on the impacts of COVID-19 on labor policy and workers’ rights, hear new research on coerced labor, learn strategies to support workers in the new economy, and experience new artistic tributes to workers.
Join us on The Public Good! We are speaking with Lukia Costello,
Founder/Director of MicroMania Film Festival and The New Hotness
Media Institute. We'll be discussing alternative models to
facilitate the growth of new voices in media production including
supporting independent voices and …
Join us on The Public Good! We talk with Rebekah Williams of
Massachusetts Avenue Project and the Good Food Buffalo Coalition.
We discuss equitable food access and the importance of food systems
during the COVID-19 emergency, and then turn to the big picture of
"Good Food Purchasing" in the …