Open Buffalo engaged a riveted audience of students from The University at Buffalo Law School on September 15, 2003.
The primary responsibilities of the Open Buffalo Administrative Director relate to the smooth flow of operations as well as the day-to day management of the office, finances, human resources, and personnel policy.
September is National Suicide Prevention and Self-Care Awareness month. National BRAVE Day is observed on the last Friday of the month too, serving as a reminder for women to seek strength in one another. Thus, we celebrate the late and great Audre Lorde, who defined intersectionality well before the term was coined.
Open Buffalo reaffirms our commitment to teaching anti-racism, love, and justice.
Bring your loved ones and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of the Juneteenth Parade. Enjoy colorful floats, and inspiring performances. Let's come together to make cherished memories and strengthen our unity as we celebrate this significant moment in our history!
A collective of buffalo organizations are looking to collaborate with community members to address clean mobility issues throughout the East Side of Buffalo.
Open Buffalo is collaborating with a professor and Environmental Science Ph.D. to test the soil of homes within a half-mile radius of the previous General Motors and American Axel Site; in labs at Buffalo State University.
The Emerging Leaders Program is changing the face of leadership and decision-making in our communities. It is distinguished by its unique focus on leadership for justice and social change, as well as our community of alumni and mentors.
Open Buffalo makes the News!
On February 28, Open Buffalo’s Youth Action team led a civic engagement training, “Train for a Change,” for the Erie-Niagara AHEC PATCH Teen Educators.