These organizations are working to combat racial injustice and support the black community in a variety of ways.
Buffalo Bike Tours aims to promote exercise, celebrate our great city, and instill social distancing through its Bike There, Buffalo! Tour Series.
In honor of Black History Month, we are spotlighting some ways you can show your support this month.
Often referred to as “comfort food,” soul food is a style of cuisine that ranges from buttery fried chicken to mouth-watering peach cobbler.
As a significant piece of black history in WNY, the center does an inspiring job of highlighting and preserving stories from the past.
The legacy of Rev. Nash is on full display at his former residence in the Nash House Museum, which is located at 36 Nash Street in Buffalo, around the corner from the historic church.
There so much culinary diversity within the local black restaurant community to explore, from soul food to vegan to traditional African to classic American.
Locally, it’s hard to overstate how much our community has benefitted from The Colored Musicians Club of Buffalo.
A great way to support those in our community is to support their businesses, including these black-owned restaurants, shops, and more.
One of the things we love most about our beloved city of Buffalo is its diverse art, history, and culture.