The 25th Annual Marie Northrop Lecture Series
The Bradley Effect: A Tom Bradley Centennial
STATE OF EMERGENCY
25 Years after April 1992
Unrest, rebellion or riot? 25 years after the events of April 1992, we will get some perspective on what led up to the crisis, screen unseen video footage and discuss how things have or have not changed.
Our panel will include James A. Bultema, retired LAPD videographer and historian, Dr. Brenda Stevenson, Professor and Nickoll Family Endowed Chair in History, UCLA and Marcia Choo, vice president of Community Development at Wells Fargo Bank.
Mr. Bultema will be signing books after the presentation in the Library bookstore.
This lecture series is co-sponsored by Los Angeles City Historical Society and the History Department of the Richard J. Riordan Central Library. Lectures are held in the Mark Taper Auditorium, on the first floor of the Central Library, 630 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles. For any handicap accessibility accomodations, call the Library at (213) 228-7 430 at least 72 hours prior to the event.
ADMITTANCE IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
The library garage is located on the east side of Flower Street, just south of 5th Street. Flower Street is one-way, south. Parking is $1 after 1:00PM with a library card.