A UB-led research team has used public narratives, an increasingly popular form of person-centered advocacy offering a forum for sharing previously untold stories, to study the undue stress experienced by women in relation to abortion.
Treating postpartum depression in low-income mothers of color requires an understanding of each person’s lived experience, and practitioners should consider interventions that develop broadly from a community level in order to improve outcomes for their clients, a UB study has shown.
A new book by UB's Cecil Foster looks at the role that sleeping car porters, through their diligence and activism, played in helping to amend immigration policy and secure civil rights for a marginalized population.
While most media attention seems to focus on the number of black males killed by police, new UB research indicates that among men of color, Hispanic males were two times more likely to have a fatal interaction with the police in neighborhoods that have a high percentage of Hispanic residents.
UB will revisit the civil rights era through a new exhibit, “Revolution: Civil Rights at UB, 1960-75,” an array of visual displays that document the social transformation that occurred on campus and across Buffalo.
Kids who faced daunting barriers to success in the classroom had a clear message for UB researchers who asked them as young adults to look back on their experiences and their time in school: Adults can do better.
The effects of intimate partner violence are profound, painfully enduring and should command as much attention as providing victims with the help necessary to leave violent relationships, according to a new UB study.