Buffalo, Part 2 Our tour continues. Liane interviews Bishop William Henderson, pastor of the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, once a stop on the Underground Railroad. She talks with Senior Federal District Judge John Curtin, who has presided over some of the most important local cases of the last 30 years. Liane also takes a trip to the ethnically and culturally diverse Grover Cleveland High School, where more than 30 different languages are spoken. Many foreign newcomers to Buffalo receive help from Catholic Charities, which runs an immigrant assistance program. Liane concludes her tour of Buffalo at The Place, a local watering hole, for a drink with Buffalo Mayor Anthony M. Masiello.
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Our tour continues. Liane interviews Bishop William Henderson, pastor of the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, once a stop on the Underground Railroad. She talks with Senior Federal District Judge John Curtin, who has presided over some of the most important local cases of the last 30 years. Liane also takes a trip to the ethnically and culturally diverse Grover Cleveland High School, where more than 30 different languages are spoken. Many foreign newcomers to Buffalo receive help from Catholic Charities, which runs an immigrant assistance program. Liane concludes her tour of Buffalo at The Place, a local watering hole, for a drink with Buffalo Mayor Anthony M. Masiello.