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We are incredibly proud to have this episode as part of the launch of the State Bar of New Mexico Equity in Justice Program. The development of the Equity in Justice Program was recommended in the 2019 Update on the Status of Minorities and Gender in the Legal Profession.
Tune in as Dr. Amanda Parker and Leon Howard, co-chair of the Committee on the Diversity in the Legal Profession have a truly amazing discussion. They interview each other on the new program, equity and inclusion in the profession, what work still needs to be done and how the State Bar Equity in Justice program will help move the profession forward.
Presented by: Dr. Amanda Parker, State Bar of New Mexico Equity in Justice Program Manager; Leon Howard, ACLU New Mexico and Committee on Diversity in the Legal Profession Co-Chair
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Dr. Amanda Parker is a writer, researcher, and educator from Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has a PhD focused on critical race studies in education and society, and speaks regularly at national and international conferences where she presents her work on the intersection of race and gender, building solidarity, and raising critically conscious children.
Dr. Parker is the Director of the Equity in Justice Program at the State Bar of New Mexico. In this role she is fostering community relationships, leading educational efforts, and building programs to address equity and inclusion for judges, lawyers, and law students. She collaborates with the Equity in Justice Commission and other entities that are working together on reform.
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