25th Anniversary of 1992 L.A. Uprising

Can We All Get Along? 25 Years Later at CAAM

May. 18 In 1992, Rodney King made a national appeal in an attempt to quell Los Angeles’s violent response to the acquittal of the four officers who beat him. In a panel discussion held at First AME Church of Los Angeles, Tyree Boyd-Pates, curator of CAAM’s exhibition No Justice, No Peace: LA 1992, will engage Reverend Cecil Murray of First AME, Rodney King’s daughter, Lora King, and Mark D. Craig, author of Ain’t a Damn Thing Changed and an original Parker Center demonstrator, to examine the legacy of the uprisings and assess whether LA is faring any better in 2017