Cecil 'Chip' Murray

University of Southern California

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Former pastor of First African Methodist Episcopal Church; John R. Tansey Chair of Christian Ethics at the University of Southern California and author of Twice Tested by Fire: A Memoir of Faith and Service

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A recent conference on the aftermath of the 1992 Rodney King riots was called "Los Angeles: America, only sooner." What are the lessons for the rest of America — then and now?

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A recent conference on the aftermath of the 1992 Rodney King riots was called "Los Angeles: America, only sooner." What are the lessons for the rest of America — then and now?

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In 1991, Rodney King, an African American, was chased down for drunk driving by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.

What Can the Rest of the Country Learn from the LA Riots?

In 1991, Rodney King, an African American, was chased down for drunk driving by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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