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VOICE-Buffalo trains people to develop long-lasting, sustaining relationships that connect people to each other. Our collaborative actions make our community safer, more equitable, and prosperous. We train churches and community organizations to spread a culture of accountability. When regular people lead, and demand better neighborhoods, better schools, more responsiveness from our government, our community is reborn through civic engagement.

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March 30, 2023

Gun Violence

Faith on the Ground in Buffalo: Voice Buffalo Executive Director Denise Walden

(RNS) — Soon after a white 18-year-old shooter targeted Black customers of a community grocery store in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday (May 14),…

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Gun Violence

Crystal Peoples-Stokes: Buffalo community ‘hurt’ after mass shooting, ‘not just for the loss,’ but ‘for the fact that racism is real.’

Crystal Peoples-Stokes, Majority Leader of the NY State Assembly, and Reverend Denise Walden-Glenn, Executive Director of Voice Buffalo, join Yasmin Vossoughian to…

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February 1, 2022

Gun Violence, Mass Incarceration

Children of arrested parents are focus of new Buffalo partnership

Nationwide and locally, there are many initiatives right now working to repair the relationship between the community and law enforcement. A new…

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