Constance Rice

Civil rights attorney based in Los Angeles and Co-Director of the Advancement Project in Los Angeles

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Civil rights attorney based in Los Angeles and Co-Director of the Advancement Project in Los Angeles, a policy and legal action group

Constance Rice on KCRW

Eric Garner was killed by a chokehold, even though the NYPD banned the tactic more than 20 years ago.

The Long, Racially-Charged History of the Chokehold

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One of the factors leading to City Hall’s latest focus on gangs was a massive report by civil rights attorney Connie Rice.

The El Salvador Gang Connection

One of the factors leading to City Hall’s latest focus on gangs was a massive report by civil rights attorney Connie Rice.

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The  37th Congressional district  includes most of Long Beach, Carson and Compton.

Racial Politics Behind Race For Millender-Mcdonald Seat

The 37th Congressional district includes most of Long Beach, Carson and Compton.

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