Job Alert: Open Buffalo Seeks Clean Mobility Fellow

Published May 17, 2024

The ideal candidate will have a passion for building knowledge and power within frontline communities while advancing strategies toward reducing the barriers to safe, efficient, and eco-friendly mobility options.

Media Coverage from Open Buffalo's Jefferson Anti-Racism Press Conference

Published May 14, 2024

On Monday, May 13, Open Buffalo hosted a press conference commemorating the two-year mark after the white-supremacist terrorism attack that claimed the lives of 10 Black people in Buffalo at the Tops market on Jefferson Avenue.

Two Years Later – Progress and Priorities for Racial Justice

Published May 13, 2024

Two Years After the 5/14 Attack, Open Buffalo Marks Racial Justice Achievements and Current Priorities at Press Conference

Request for Proposals: Open Buffalo Seeks Grant Writing and Capital Campaign Support

Published April 19, 2024

We are seeking creative and dynamic proposals to help support Open Buffalo’s unique funding challenges and opportunities.

Executive Director Franchelle Parker Delivers Keynote on Black Maternal Health in Niagara Falls

Published April 16, 2024

Her speech was entitled "How Racial Bias Shows up in Access to and Quality of Maternal Care."

Open Buffalo’s RPP Program Completes a Banner Week

Published March 26, 2024

In the span of four short days last week, The Race Power and Privilege (RPP) Program completed an outstanding week of five distinct trainings and community engagements throughout Buffalo.

NOW OPEN! Applications for Open Buffalo’s Emerging Leaders Class of 2024

Published March 6, 2024

The Open Buffalo Emerging Leaders Program is again recruiting up-and-coming change agents. 

Open Buffalo Seeks Firm to Conduct Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment

Published March 2, 2024

Environmental Site Assessment Will Support Development of the Open Buffalo Urban Ecology Center

Bhardwaj Speaks on panel addressing Medicaid equity issues

Published February 22, 2024

The panel discussed how the underfunding of Medicaid contributes to poor health outcomes largely in the Black and Latino communities, particularly affecting low-income seniors, expectant mothers, young children from low-income families, and people with disabilities.

MLK Day of Service Was Rewarding for All Involved

Published January 22, 2024

For our 2024 MLK Day of Service, Open Buffalo was accompanied by Nickel City Ultimate and the Buffalo Urban League Young Professionals.