A Conversation on 21st Century Policing, Civil Rights, and Criminal Justice Reform

From her national community policing tour to help improve the relationship between local law enforcement and communities they serve, to transgender rights, to her bold stances on criminal justice reform, Attorney General Loretta Lynch epitomizes the Obama administration's end-of-tenure posture of not shying away from tough issues. Join us for this very special hour with the 83rd ― and the very first African American woman ― attorney general of the United States.

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