Join us on The Public Good this week! We will be updating you
on PPG's progress creating the Western New York Census Toolkit
which serves as a local guide for census outreach and advocacy. The
Census is approaching soon and will take place from March to July
this 2020. Let's make WNY …
Join us on The Public Good! We'll be talking with Jessica Bauer Walker, Executive Director of CoNECT, Community Network for Engagement, Connection and Transformation – formerly the Community Health Worker Network.
Join us on The Public Good! In this segment we will be joined by Gabrielle Gannon and Andrew Kij who are Student Attorney's with University at Buffalo's Community Justice Clinic. The topic of discussion is the Homecare Workers Rising Report that the Clinic finalized this previous semester.
Join us this week on The Public Good! We will be delving into
Partnership for the Public Good's soon-to-be published report on
the high rate of evictions in Buffalo with Sarah Wooton and Orlando
Dickson who were lead contributors on the study. Evicted in
Buffalo: the High Costs of Involuntary …
Join us this week on The Public Good. Our guest is Joan Bozer, a Board Member for The Buffalo Heritage Carousel, Inc. They will share insights on the history of Canalside's upcoming attraction - a solar powered carousel made locally in North Tonawanda in 1924!
Join us this week on The Public Good. Our guests are Orlando Dickson from Partnership for the Public Good and Tanvier Peart from the WNY Peace Center. They will be discussing the implementation of bail reform set to take effect on January 1, 2020.
Sam Magavern & Team of 5 University at Buffalo Law Students
Please join Sam Magavern, senior policy fellow at the Partnership
for the Public Good, and a team of five University at Buffalo law
students, as they present a workshop on fighting inequality in
Buffalo-Niagara. In addition to data and analysis about important
inequities challenging the region, the …
Join us on The Public Good this week! We'll hear from Sam Magavern about the course he's teaching this semester, Fighting Inequality, and Eric Mikols, UB Law student, who will discuss his project that looks at the lower numbers of teachers of color in public schools.
Partnership for the Public Good, the Health Justice Advocacy Clinic at Columbia Law School, and Housing Opportunities Made Equal.
Last June, New York State passed the Housing Stability and Tenant
Protection Act of 2019 which has significantly changed when and how
tenants can be evicted. Also this year, New York State changed the
"action level" of childhood lead poisoning, which also impacts what
landlords must do to comply …
Join us tomorrow on The Public Good! Our guest tomorrow is Bryan
Lee, curator at El Museo. Bryan will talk about El Museo’s current
exhibition about the history of Buffalo’s Shoreline Apartments, and
give a recap of their recent symposium, which looked into the
themes of architecture, …