10th Anniversary L.A. Riots


Guests:

Ina Jaffe
* NPR Reporter based in Los Angeles

Anna Deavere Smith
* Author of several books including, Talk to Me: Travels in Media and Politics (Anchor, 2001) and Twilight Los Angeles, 1992: On the Road: A Search for American Character (Anchor, 1994)

Patt Morrison
* Columnist, Los Angeles Times

John Bryant
* Founder, Operation Hope
* Author, Banking on Our Future (Beacon Press, 2002)

Other Guests: TBA

April 29, 1992, the city of Los Angeles erupted after a jury acquitted several police officers of beating Rodney King. Neighborhoods in south-central LA were on fire, stores were looted and 55 people were killed. It's been ten years....what's changed? Join Neal Conan on the next Talk of the Nation, a look at race and violence ten years after the LA riots, from NPR News.

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