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The Fixer -- Lawyer Helps Remake Schools

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia , Video, Min Lee Posted: Apr 20, 2009

Editor's Note -- Marc Tafolla-Young, of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights (San Francisco), is one of two lawyers that scour the state helping local individuals and groups fix schools using the landmark Williams v.s. California case that mandates clean functioning plants, qualified teachers and up-to-date text books in California schools. YO!TV looked at how the process happened in elementary schools in Oakland and Richmond. Min Lee is an editor at YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia.

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