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Film and Discussion of Temp Labor, May 6

WNYCOSH, a PPG partner, will be hosting a film screening and panel discussion on temporary labor on Wednesday May 6th from 6-8pm at the Niagara Branch Library on Porter Ave. The event will focus on the exploding temp economy and the dangers and predatory practices that are inherent in an intentionally obscure employment relationship.  PPG issued a detail report […]
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New citywide Public Awareness Recycling Campaign aims to further increase recycling rates in Buffalo What’s in a number? Today, Mayor Byron W....

Join PPG for an evening with Leon Botstein

President of Bard College will be in Buffalo speaking about the Arts, Justice & Innovation. This event is sponsored by Partnership for the Public Good, Open Buffalo, Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Albright Knox Art Gallery.
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Peaceprints appear on the Public Good

Tune in to the Public Good with Sam Magavern on April 21, 2015 at 1:00pm to hear Cindy McCeachon from Peaceprints talk about the challenges ex-offenders face in rejoining the community on WUFO 1080AM or stream live at WUFO Live Stream.

Buffalo Arts Studio and Peaceprints on the Public Good

Don’t miss the Public Good, Tuesday, April 14 at 1pm on WUFO AM 1080 and www.wufoam.com, when host Sam Magavern talks with Alma Carillo of Buffalo Arts Studio about social justice and the arts and the upcoming TriMania event.  And tune in again on April 21 to hear Cindy McCeachon from Peaceprints talk about the challenges […]

The Public Good with Bishop Michael Badger

Tune in to the Public Good on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at 1:00pm, as we chat with Bishop Michael Badger of Bethesda World Harvest about starting a Charter School in Buffalo on 1080am WUFO.

The Public Good chats with Citizens for Regional Transit

Tune in to the Public Good on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 at 1:00pm, as we chat with Doug Funke and Lynn Magdol of Citizens for Regional Transit about getting better and more affordable bus and metro service in Buffalo on 1080am WUFO.

PPG’s New Policy Brief on Community Policing

PPG has released a new brief, “Poverty, Race, and Community Policing in Buffalo.”  PPG Co-Director Sam Magavern and Open Buffalo Executive Director Franchelle Hart are speaking on the topic at the Buffalo Poverty Research Workshop, March 27.  You can also view a short video of the PPG interview with resident leader Sam Smith discussing the […]