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Rodney King race riots: then and now

Rodney King riots: A Trak Auto shop burns on Washington Blvd, LA, April 1992

1992 Los Angeles riots - mall goes up in flames, someone spray-painted a statement about violence.

Photos: The 1992 Los Angeles riots

This picture of one of the consequences of the Rodney King trial in L.A. I remember watching live on CNN. It was DEVASTATING to see this caucasion male trucker take a beating at the hands of a number of black kids. These 2 brave men came to the rescue and called for help.

LA riots, Reginald Denny nearly beaten to death for driving while white.

40 Rare Historical Photos Capture Poignant Moments In History – favrify

40 Rare Historical Photos Capture Poignant Moments In History

People protesting the riots are showing their thoughts using a sign saying 'The American Dream? We Want Peace."

May 1992 - People march calling for peace - Los Angeles Riots in Koreatown.

LA #Riots 1992: 5-1-1992 Aerial view of Crenshaw at Coliseum after the LA Riots. Los Angeles

Photos: The 1992 Los Angeles riots

Jew Without a Gun - three-part series about the Los Angeles Riots of 1992 in which Karen and I and the children were trapped for several frightening hours.

LA Riots: Why you can't wait for the police to show up when you are in trouble (they were *pulled back* for their own safety) after the Rodney King Verdict, while LA was burned, looted and citizens murdered.

The L.A. Riots, 1992

I lived about 60 miles away from the LA riots after the Rodney King verdict. We had our College classes cancelled for fear of violence. A very stressfull time in SoCal.

Photos of the riots from the LA Times.

Photos: The 1992 Los Angeles riots

Twenty years after the Los Angeles Riots — revisiting Hyungwon Kang's iconic photos

LA Times' book critic David Ulin finds the literature of the the 1992 LA Riots fragmented.

1992 Los Angeles riots seen in pieces in literature: Critic's Notebook

LA Times' book critic David Ulin finds the literature of the the 1992 LA Riots fragmented.

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