Kristen Clarke's childhood in a crime-ridden New York City neighborhood planted the seeds for her career as a civil rights lawyer and commentator on issues of race, law and democracy. As chief of the New York attorney general's Civil Rights Bureau, Clarke promotes civil rights enforcement with an arsenal of robust anti-discrimination laws.
Civil Rights Advocate's Disadvantaged Childhood Spurs Her Into Action
New York Law Journal
December 12, 2012
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