Join us on The Public Good! Our guests are Tajé Jenkins-Jones
and Alexandre Burgos of the Upstate New York Black & Latino Pride.
Their mission is to amplify the voices of LGBTQ+ People of Color in
Buffalo & beyond. Buffalo Black & Latino Pride Week is July
17 - 24, …
This week on The Public Good, we're joined by Dayatra Amber, a Juneteenth Festival of Buffalo committee member. She discusses the rich history of the Juneteenth Festival of Buffalo and uplifts this year's celebration.
Visit the Buffalo Juneteenth website here.
This week on The Public Good, we're joined by Michael McKnight and
Antoine Johnson of the Buffalo Fatherhood Initiative with the
Buffalo Prenatal Perinatal Network. The Buffalo Fatherhood
Initiative empowers healthy father and male involvement for
children and families while providing tools and …
On this week's episode of The Public Good, guests Mike Zak from
Gro-Operative and Allison Ewing from BreadHive discuss worker-owned
cooperatives in Western New York. They discuss what a worker-owned
co-op is, why they're essential, and the role of their respective
co-ops. Check out the co-op …
Erie County officials want to spend over $200 million planning and
constructing a new county jail. In Erie County, a jail sentence
becomes a death sentence every six months. Instead, No New Jail
Roundtable members recommend investing this money in community
solutions - mental health and substance …
Join us on The Public Good with this week's guest Kamilah
Whitfield. Kamilah is the founder of My Grandmother's Garden. In
this episode, she discusses her initiative to open a "community
nutrition hub" on the East Side of Buffalo in honor of her late
grandmother, Ruth E. Whitfield, who she …
In February 2022, Governor Kathy Hochul announced a $57 million
commitment to upgrading McCarley Gardens, an affordable housing
development just south of the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.
However, renovations did not go as expected for residents.
Residents shared various concerns, including poor …