Daily Archives: May 17, 2017

Past ArticlesPolitics

Progressive waves eroding Establishment barricades?

By Alexander Jasinski Bernie Sanders, an established progressive and champion of the people has been leading the charge ...
Opinion PiecesPast Articles

Shattering the Stereotypes, Muslim Women Sing

By Naila Sahar In the Western world, Muslim women are often stereotyped as silent and oppressed, enjoying no ...
Global EventsPast Articles

Situation in Chechnya

By Matt Crehan-Higgins Over the past several weeks, reports have emerged of state-enacted, anti-gay violence in Chechnya. This ...
Mental Health

Barriers for Using Mental Health Services for the Refugee Population

By: Marco Notaro A 2015 study by Partnership for the Public Good found that from 2003-2014, Erie County ...
Politics

GO GREEN OR TURN GREEN (Print)

By: Richard L. Polley II This long term belief that Nuclear energy is Green, Sustainable or Renewable is ...
Past ArticlesPeople

A Message to the city of Buffalo Black/Business community

By Alberto O. Cappas Think/Vision: Business and Economic Development in the Buffalo “Minority” Community: This is my message ...
NewsPast Articles

Importance of a Free Press

By Brian Nowak On Wednesday, May 4th 2017, West Virginia Capitol Police handcuffed reporter Dan Heyman and charged ...
People

First Presbyterian Church Offers ESL Program with a Proud History

By: Marco Notaro As Buffalo’s oldest religious institution, First Presbyterian Church of Buffalo boasts a long and proud ...
People

Divi Divi

By Jennifer P. Miner In honor of my maternal grandmother, I’d like to share her story for Mental ...
Politics

Reliable Energy

By Staff Writer In the United States, there are just over 100 commercial nuclear power plants. They produce ...