Episode 14 Was the domestic attack on Buffalo, NY that killed 10 and injured 3 racially motivated and executed by one disturbed young man? Or was the May 14th planned with a bigger political agenda, just before the mid-term elections? University at Buffalo professor Dr. Henry Taylor joins Pastor George to break down critical information in the case of the Tops Shooter and the State of Black Buffalo.
This episode is sponsored by the Buffalo Center for Health Equity Hosted by Pastor George Nicholas Produced by JazzCast Pros
ABOUT THE GUEST Dr. Henry Louis Taylor, Jr. is a full-time professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, the U.B. Center for Urban Studies and founding Director of the Community Health Equity Research Institute at the University at Buffalo. His work centers on constructing a bridge between theory and practice and forging non-market-based strategies to regenerate underdeveloped urban neighborhoods. Taylor has written and edited five books and over 150 articles, blogs, book reviews, and technical reports. He has received numerous awards for his research and practical activities, including the 2018 Marilyn J. Gittell Activist Scholar Award by the Urban Affairs Association.
In Memory of the 10 beautiful souls who lost their lives in Buffalo, NY on May 14th 2022
Roberta A. Drury of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 32 Margus D. Morrison of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 52 Andre Mackneil of Auburn, N.Y. – age 53 Aaron Salter of Lockport, N.Y. – age 55 Geraldine Talley of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 62 Celestine Chaney of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 65 Heyward Patterson of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 67 Katherine Massey of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 72 Pearl Young of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 77 Ruth Whitfield of Buffalo, N.Y. – age 86