Civil rights attorney Connie Rice’s new book, Power Concedes Nothing, tells the story of her remarkable life involving searing issues that have faced Los Angeles.  As Publishers’ Weekly Starred Review put it:

“Rice, a civil rights lawyer (and cousin of Condoleezza) describes her strange and remarkable journey from prosecuting important civil rights cases and suing the LAPD for civil rights violations to allying with ‘good cops’ to fight rampant violence in neighborhoods where ‘guns and gangs ruled, not civil rights.’

On Tuesday, January 31 at 4:30 pm I will be interviewing Connie Rice about her book at the Milken Institute in Santa Monica. The meeting is open to the public and free to attend but registration is required.

Continue with the Read More button to find the Milken Institute invitation and details of the event.

To register, please click here.