If you are concerned about the quality and equality of education in Buffalo, you should attend this town hall meeting today (August 1). Get all the details here!

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Buffalo community activists and clergy members will be hosting an Emergency Town Hall Meeting this evening to address the educational crisis affecting Buffalo’s public school children. The Northeast Charter Schools Network (NECSN) will be co-hosting the event along with community activists and other groups. NECSN’s Western New York

Advocacy Manager Duncan Kirkwood said, “We want the public here in Buffalo to understand just how the school system is failing our kids. But more than that, we want to organize the community and our faith leaders to take action and work to improve schools for all children.”

In addition to a discussion, there will be a panel Q&A with clergy and education leaders.

What: Buffalo Emergency Town Hall Meeting on Education
Who: Northeast Charter Schools Network, Black Lives Matter Buffalo, Buffalo District Parent Coordinating Council (DPCC), Friendship Baptist Church, Buffalo Urban League Young Professionals, Young Black Democrats, CAO Better Schools Better Neighborhoods
When: Today -- Monday, August 1, 6pm
Where: Friendship Baptist Church, 402 Clinton Street, Buffalo
On Social Media: follow with the hashtag #716EdCrisis

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