Updated Buffalo Briefs Now Available

PPG’s Buffalo Briefs are the best place to go when you need the most important data for local trends and issues.  We’ve recently updated the briefs on education, employment, housing, poverty, racial disparities, and immigrants and refugees.  You can find them all here.

Save the Date! Movement Dance Party 2014

The annual Movement Dance Party fundraiser will be held on Friday, December, 19 at 9 p.m. at The Foundry, located at 298 Northampton in Buffalo. Come enjoy live music spun by some of the hottest local DJs, plenty of locally brewed beer, and the chance to dance and mingle with Buffalo’s favorite movers and shakers. […]

Creators of Vent on the Public Good

Have you ever wanted to vent about life in Buffalo?  About racism and inequality?  The lack of opportunity for young people?  Jamiah Mootry and Savion Mingo are dynamic young entrepreneurs who have created Vent: a publication that is focused on giving the local residents of Buffalo’s East Side and more a safe space to vent about […]

Buffalo’s Green Economy: Present and Future

A Presentation by Sam Magavern and a Team of SUNY Buffalo Law Students Friday, December 5, 10am to Noon 237 Main St., Suite 1200, Downtown Buffalo   Join PPG Co-Director Sam Magavern and a team of law students as they present on the current state of Buffalo’s green economy and the public policies that can […]
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Community Agenda Process Underway; Still Time for Your Organization to Become a Partner

Each year, PPG crafts a Community Agenda, which identifies our partners’ top policy priorities for the coming year. The Community Agenda is a useful tool for education, advocacy, and collaboration, and it also guides the work of PPG’s staff and volunteers throughout the year – shaping our research, forums, radio shows, and other efforts. PPG […]

Recent Trends Worth Noting

Well, gee whiz there has been a lot of things happening of late, and not much of it good. But the fact that some non-bad stuff is taking place...