This podcast is a collection of 3 podcasts created by the Summer 2021 Summer Law Internship Program from the New York Office of the Attorney General - Watertown Office. 5 Summer Interns, including current University at Buffalo School of Law 2L, Eric Klementowski, were featured in this 3-part series looking into Implicit Bias & Discrimination in Rural New York School. We'd like to thank the New York Office of the Attorney General for allowing us to reproduce these podcasts for the larger public; the law students from across the country who researched and produced these episodes; and the University at Buffalo School of Law's Class of 1979, who funded Mr. Klementowski's important work this summer.
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