Young Invincibles, local performers bring the tools for change

Published August 8, 2013

At Asbury Hall Wednesday night, members of Young Invnicibles shared a bill with local performers to bring civic engagement tools to Buffalo.

Franchelle Hart talks Open Buffalo

Published August 7, 2013

Franchelle Hart of 1199 SEIU speaks about Open Buffalo on the Public Good. A half-hour talk radio show on WUFO AM 1080 the Public Good airs at 1pm on Tuesday afternoons.

Turning Things Around

Published August 6, 2013

In today's Buffalo News, one resident talks about the need for community development and revitalization alongside economic development, to truly turn Buffalo around.

Young Invincibles in the News

Published August 5, 2013

The Young Invincibles, a national organization committed to mobilizing and expanding opportunities for young American, will be in Buffalo this week, and they've been in the news.

Involved, Informed, Invincible!

Published July 25, 2013

Open Buffalo presents “Involved, Informed, Invincible!” an evening of music, dance, and activism, featuring leaders from the Young Invincibles and local performers.

Emily Oaks and Kathleen Heim talk Open Buffalo

Published July 24, 2013

Emily Oaks & Kathleen Heim of the Service Collaborative of WNY speak about Open Buffalo on the Public Good. A half-hour talk radio show on WUFO AM 1080 the Public Good airs at 1pm on Tuesday afternoons.

Heather McGhee, Local Performers Inspire at Asbury Hall

Published July 24, 2013

Heather McGhee of Demos spoke to Buffalo residents in Asbury Hall on Tuesday, July 23rd. Daughters of Creative Sound, Dr. Anthony Neal, and Randle and the Late Night Scandals rounded out the evening.

Ras Jomo talks about Open Buffalo

Published July 17, 2013

Ras Jomo speaks about Open Buffalo on the Public Good. A half-hour talk radio show on WUFO AM 1080 the Public Good airs at 1pm on Tuesday afternoons.

Heather McGhee to speak at Asbury Hall

Published July 11, 2013

Heather C. McGhee is the Vice President of Policy and Outreach at Demos, a public policy organization. She will be speaking to Buffalo residents about upward mobility, inequality and the American Dream.

City housing auctions tied to unpaid garbage fees

Published July 10, 2013

Two calls were sounded earlier this month in The Buffalo News to end the practice of foreclosing and then auctioning off city houses for unpaid garbage fees.