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Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams Participates In Anti-Child Abuse Rally

On April 13, 2018 Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams stood with Erie County Executive Mark C. Polocarz, State Senator Tim Kennedy and members of the Erie County Coalition Against Family Violence to declare April, "Child Abuse Prevention Month in Erie County."

Legislator Miller-Williams Proud To Partner With The UB REALM Program As A Host On Career Shadowing Day

Erie County 1st District Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams was proud to partner with the UB REALM program as a host on career shadowing day with UB student Denise Button. Thank you to UB and Jude Butch, Associate Director of Student Engagement for doing a great job helping students with selecting their future careers.

Erie County Observes All Women’s Equal Pay Day with Support for a State Ban on Wage-History Discrimination

Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz today joined Erie County Legislature Majority Leader April N. M. Baskin, Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams and Karen L. King, PhD., Executive Director of the Erie County Commission on the Status of Women (“ECCSW”), to mark All Women’s Equal Pay Day. On average, women make .89 cents for every dollar made by a man. This gap increases among minority groups, and is compounded over the course of a woman’s working life.

Legislator Barbara Miller-William Helps Kick-Off National Young Audiences Week

On March 28, 2018 The Young Audiences of WNY kick-offed National Young Audiences Week celebrating the contributions the organization has made to schools and students in the Western New York community through arts-in-education programs. Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams helped celebrate the day by presenting a Proclamation to the organization.

Legislator Barbara Miller-William Presents Proclamation to The National Witness Project & The First Ladies of WNY

On April 5th Legislator Barbara Miller-Williams presented a Proclamation to The National Witness Project & The First Ladies of WNY (FLOW) who partnered with Windsong Radiology. She extended her congratulations as the ribbon cutting occurred today for a new Mobile Mammography Unit.