Thursdays this summer bring your family to the South End Night Market to enjoy delicious food, fun kids activities and good music.
Every Thursday, 5-7pm at the South End Grocery
106 South Pearl St, Albany, NY 12202
Find locally produced baked goods, CBD products, clothing and accessories, natural skin and hair care products and more! All from some of Albany's most talented entrepreneurs.
We've invited dozens of community organizations to table every night market to share helpful housing, health, environmental and small business resources. Come to meet your neighbors and learn something new.
Our incredible Mississippi Day 2018 volunteers!
Our organization is dedicated to empowering communities by providing resources, education, and support to those in need. We believe that everyone deserves access to a better life, and we work tirelessly to make that a reality. Through our programs and partnerships, we strive to create a more equitable and just society for all. Join us in our mission to make a difference!
At this time we at AVillage Inc., want to establish solidarity with all of those who are committed to anti-racism, equity, and prioritizing marginalized voices and the needs of vulnerable people.
AVillage…, Inc. welcomes all neighbors and community members, groups, organizations, officials to join us in crafting and delivering a collective statement to combat racism, and systemic oppression with outlined demands, action steps, and milestones to track progress. This statement will serve as the barometer for behavior and accountability in our community as well as communicate our priorities and how we wish to engage.
Please visit our blog to find out more.
Support South End residents in forging
an equitable and sustainable future for our city.
Your donation helps us advocate for residents' rights
to a healthy environment, build community gardens, and more!
Our neighborhood needs empowerment: worker-owned and worker-managed businesses, streets filled with activity, places where we can gather to share fresh air, healthy food, ideas, and plans. We need to come together, learn together, and use all the available resources to build a neighborhood we can be proud of.
Our job is to bring the tools and resources that we need to make this neighborhood our own. Our work began with demanding access to public transportation and with activities and advocacy that turned vacant lots into gardens. We now seek to build community-based frameworks for environmental, economic, and social justice.
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