Please tune in to The Public Good with Sam Magavern today March 3, 2015 at 1pm on (WUFO AM 1080,www.wufoam.com). Sam will be speaking with Kimera Lattimore founder of Alpha & Omega Christian Fraternity.
On Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at 12:15pm the University at Buffalo North Campus Room 145a Student Union will host a Panel Discussion with Audience Participation on working together for Justice and Community Safety.
The panel will consist of John Washington, Community Organizer for P.U.S.H., Sam Magavern, Co-Director, Partnership for the Public Good, Joshua Sticht, Deputy Chief of Police, New York State University Police and Valerie Dobson, Police Officer, New York State university Police.
Please join us in this event to make Buffalo a better place for all.
PPG has a radio show, the Public Good, each Tuesday from 1:00 to 1:30 pm on WUFO AM 1080. Each week we feature a PPG Partner or other person working toward the public good and discuss some of the region’s hottest issues.
Tuesday, February 24 at 1pm, tune into WUFO AM 1080 or www.wufoam.com when our guest will be Rev. Kinzer Pointer of the Concerned Clergy Coalition of WNY, discussing some of the latest events and concerns in and around Buffalo.
Have you heard The Public Good with Sam Magavern? Tune in today February 17, 2015 at 1pm on the Public Good (WUFO AM 1080,www.wufoam.com). Sam will be speaking with Blue Carreker of Citizen Action http://citizenactionny.org/ about Paid Family Leave.
This Tuesday February 10, 2015 at 1pm on the Public Good (WUFO AM 1080, www.wufoam.com), we’ll be talking with Patty McDonald, of Project Slumlord about taking the profit out of being a Slumlord through focused legislation, intelligent code enforcement and rigorous data analysis.
Please join Sam Magavern on the Public Good at 1:00pm on WUFO 1080am as he speaks with The director and actor’s from Subversive Theater’s White Othello production preview the play and talk about racial identity.
This Tuesday January 27, 2015 at 1pm on the Public Good (WUFO AM 1080, www.wufoam.com), we’ll be talking with Megan Connelly, Co-chair of the Buffalo Common Council’s Committee for Fair Elections through Public Financing, talks about ways to make our local elections more fair and democratic.
Partnership for the Public Good was recently featured in the local section of the The Public Magazine when we had our 2015 Community Agenda Roll-out at the Frank E. Merriweather Jr., Library. The article spot lights some of the community issues PPG will be working on this year. To read the article click here.
PPG has released its 2015 Community Agenda. One hundred seventy eight community groups, ranging from block clubs to social service agencies, from theaters to prisoner rights groups, have come together to identify the top policy actions that state and local governments can take in the coming year to build a better Buffalo-Niagara. Each fall PPG leads a democratic process among its partners to determine the Community Agenda for the coming year. This year’s Agenda addresses topics such as community-oriented policing of the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority Property, high-quality early learning opportunities, public financing of elections, recycling, high road economic development, and language access.
Please join us this Friday! This year’s public roll-out of the Partnership for the Public Good Community Agenda will take place on Friday, January 16 at the Merriweather Library, 1324 Jefferson Avenue, Buffalo, at 2 p.m.
Speakers will include Franchelle Hart from Open Buffalo, Aaron Krolikowsi from the United Way, Joy McDuffie from the Western New York Law Center, Renata Kraft from Buffalo Niagara RIVERKEEPER, Jim Anderson from Citizen Action, Patty Macdonald from Project Slumlord and more. Elected officials such as Assembly Member Sean Ryan, Council Member David Rivera and Legislators Betty Jean Grant, Barbara Miller Williams and Peter Savage will be attending. We’re expecting TV and print coverage. The event is open to the public.
Each fall PPG leads a democratic process among its partners to determine the Community Agenda for the coming year. This year’s Agenda addresses important topics such as community-oriented policing of the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority Property, high-quality early learning opportunities, public financing of elections, recycling, high road economic development, and language access.