In Arizona, Texas and other parts of the country, legislative efforts are being made to restrict voter participation on the grounds of tightening election security. But opponents say those efforts are doing harm to vulnerable communities.
La Divina cook Antonio Robles said it was a typical day at work last Tuesday. He was doing prep work when officers raided the restaurant and ordered him to get on the floor. Now, he wears a 24-hour ankle bracelet to monitor his whereabouts.
With a spotlight on tensions between law enforcement and the public, members of the Buffalo community came together on Tuesday night to figure out how they can do their part to improve relations between the city’s police and its residents.
An organization called Open Buffalo is hosting a series of national speakers in the next few weeks to connect and engage our community. WBFO's Eileen Buckley says Tuesday evening's speaker will appear at Asbury Hall to discuss upward mobility, inequality, and the American Dream.