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The Western New York Region of the National Conference will have an interactive satellite television link to a two-hour open dialogue at 3 p.m. Jan. 15 on the impact of education and diversity in the workplace. It will be located in Gleasner Hall Auditorium on the Erie Community College North Campus in Amherst.

The program, the third in a series entitled "National Conversation on Race, Ethnicity and Culture," will originate in Hartford, Conn.

Panelists include Marca Bristo, president of the National Council on Disabilities; Ward Connerly, chairman of the American Civil Rights Institute and a University of California Regent; Juan Figueroa, executive director of the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund; Richard Huber, president and chief executive officer of Aetna; Mari Matsuda, Georgetown University law professor; and Abigail Thernstrom, author of "America in Black and White."

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