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https://plus.google.com/100740547745924688395 Atlanta Black Star : 'Can't We All Just Get Along?': Anniversary Of L.A. Riots A Reminder That Racial Inequality Persists...
'Can't We All Just Get Along?': Anniversary Of L.A. Riots A Reminder That Racial Inequality Persists in America
'Can't We All Just Get Along?': Anniversary Of L.A. Riots A Reminder That Racial Inequality Persists in America - Atlanta Black Star
The shocking footage of a Black man being pulled from his car and brutally beaten by four police men was looped on television screens across the nation. On March 3, 1991, a man named Rodney King led the Los Angeles Police Department on a high-speed chase through the city. Voice of America News reports that …
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https://plus.google.com/108945016796608715934 Antonio Singleton :

The L.A. Riots: 24 years later
On the afternoon of April 29, 1992, a jury in Ventura County acquitted four LAPD officers of beating Rodney G. King. The incident, caught on amateur videotape, had sparked national debate about police brutality and racial injustice. The verdict stunned Los Angeles, where angry crowds gathered on street corners across the city. The flash point was a single intersection in South L.A., but it was a scene eerily repeated in many parts of the city in ...
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https://plus.google.com/107630638863493830216 Kevin Green (DealerLOGIX) : The LA Riots in Photos: 24 Years Later
The LA Riots in Photos: 24 Years Later
The LA Riots in Photos: 24 Years Later
Almost a quarter-century ago, the city experienced one of its worst moments.
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my poem: "Poem for Sa-ee-gu (April 29th, 1992 Los Angeles Riots for 6 days)" on the day of 24th anniversary

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MODERN POETRY, no. 1, 1996 (ISSN 1089-1587)

Poem for Sa-ee-gu
- April 29th, 1992 Los Angeles Riots

By Paul Lee (청산 이풍호)


" It was not a day of celebration, but a day
of reflection . . . a day of reflection about
where we have been, where we are now and
where we should go."
-Marcia Choo


The day came to us again
Passing through the dark
Where we were sighing, moaning,
Dying and loving.
The day came and awakened us
To remember vividly.
Burning, looting, beating,
Shooting, suffering and dying
were happening in our ambitious reality.
I remember you and I were almost lost in flames
Of the whole, impulsive city of the Angels.
At first we were the innocents
Who came to this land of opportunity,
Land of freedom. I mean that land
We love to live in our brighter life.

Who ruined our hopes
And land where we have united
To prevail over our enemies?
You and I are not enemies, but victims
Of the bitterness and pessimism
Of modern society.

I would like to tell you now:
Love and peace can come true
And we can also get along.
Justice can surely help us
Build our healthy minds, bodies and society.
We certainly know every one needs to rebuild
Our relationships, life and communities.

Sa-ee-gu awakened the American dream
Most of us have not made our own yet.
But sorrow for the destroyed dream cried already.
Can we fully bloom our life again
In this neighborhood and in this city
With all good people?
Chingu, brother and amigo, you answer me.
Answer me so tenderly and truly.
Another day has come for us
To reconcile and sing together, pray together.
To pray together, break down the wall
Between you and me.
To understand each other,
Let us exchange our sincere minds.

And communicate. Share.
Heal. Comfort. Love. Reconcile.
Draw water, which is not dried up,
From the deep bottoms of our hearts,
To have our dreams flow well
Into the mainstream
And to have them come true

In this once our promised land.
Today will be the beginning
Of our brighter future
Because the day has come to us again,
And you and I know much better.

Last year this time,
We experienced real hell;
Today every one is ready to sing.
Praising today, we again believe, trust in God.
Each one of us needs
Togetherness and friendliness
To understand, communicate and share
And to heal, comfort, love and reconcile
In the way that we are really supposed to do.
Togetherness. Friendliness.
They mean a lot to us.
Remember again, since then, you have been learning
What friendliness really means.

My chingu, brother and amigo, I tell you
We can make our dreams come true tomorrow.
As "United we live, divided we die,"
Let us unite
Lest we should have another tragedy
Like Sa-ee-gu.
Lest we should have other odysseys of Sa-ee-gu.
We the Korean Americans can never forget the day.
Sa-ee-gu ruined the roads
Of our frontier life remaining still

Between the uncertain and settled societies.
Edward Lee was shot down
And so buried, remembered in our life everlasting.
God sent us to this world
Where you, too, came and come to live.
You can go to any place you like
As we came and come to this beautiful land.
If God excuses our conflicts,
Can we break down the wall
And get along forever?

Let us draw water
From the deep bottoms of our hearts,
And then we can get along.
The American dream is not only exactly same to us
But also accomplished yet.
Now I am interested in you,
Brother and amigo, more than anyone.
I can make a promise to God,
My country, family and chingu
To try to help all of you.
Since we have been on the roads
Of the American dream,
You and I should reach those goals
We have been dreaming about.

The day came passing among us;
We are healed, recovered and relieved.
We are helped, refreshed and reborn.
Now we start to flow into the ocean

As a river of reconciliation
Where everything melts in oneness.
As you know now we are one people
Of this one nation, we are victims no more.
We will never hate again,
And then we will live together
In harmony in this one society.

Who will say our ties are wrong?
Who will stand for the opposite side against us?
Let us not lose our time
To rebuild our communities.
Let us not lose our hopes
To make our dreams come true.
Let us not neglect our duties
To our nation, society and families.
Let us do what is right.
Let us hail the Americans
To heal our pain scarred for life.
Then we can make a difference for all of us
As citizens, residents and whatever status we have.
Can I prevail upon you to talk a little longer with me?
Yes, we can make our quality of life better
When you again break down the wall between us
And I, too, draw water
From the deep bottoms of our reconciling hearts.
"Love and Hate
Are necessary to Human existence."
So love, do not hate!
In Love we can keep singing together
And accomplish our American dream.

-April 1993

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Sa-ee-gu: April 29 (Sa-ee-gu 사이구 4.29) Los Angeles riots that took place in and around Koreatown in Los Angeles on April 29, 1992 after the first trial of four police officers who beat motorist Rodney G, King. The riots left 58 people dead, 2,383 injured and caused more than $785 million in property damage as the worst urban rioting of the century. we can... get along: quoting from Rodney G. King's press conference during Sa-ee-gu riots. chingu: friend in Korean language. "United . . . die": quoting from Korean President Rhee Syngman's (1875-1965) political statement after Korea's liberation from Japanese domination (1910-45). Dr. Rhee cited this as 6th century B.C. Greek fabulist Aesop's similar observation on hanging together. The allusion is to the Aesop's The Four Oxen and the Lion: "United we stand, divided we fail." Edward Lee: A Korean American college student, whose name is Jae-sung Lee and volunteered as a member of the Korean Youth Emergency Rescue Team, died by the mistaken shooting during the spring riots. "Love . . . existence": quoted from William Blake's (1757-1827) The Argument in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell.

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(참고사항) LA Riots Special: Voices from the Past


On April 29th 1992, a predominantly white jury acquitted four LAPD officers in the videotaped beating of a black man named Rodney King. That evening existing unrest in Los Angeles, sparked by the verdict, resulted in the outbreak of an all-out riot that lasted five days. A total of 53 people died: 25 blacks, 16 Latinos, 8 whites, 2 East Asians and 2 West Asians. Approximately 3,600 fires were set, destroying 1,100 buildings. About 10,000 people were arrested. Stores owned by Korean and other Asian immigrants were widely targeted, although stores owned by whites and blacks were also targeted.
Three days after the violence began, President George H W Bush an announcement to deploy federal troops.
The Rodney King verdict triggered a violent response among residents. But what were the riots really about? Few in the media or government stopped to consider the extreme poverty, unemployment, and rampant police brutality in South Los Angeles, or anger over the tragic shooting of Latasha Harlins by a Korean grocery store owner in 1991. The videotaped beating of Rodney King was the spark that set the fire.
We heard what the president said about the riots. We also hear the voices of LA residents. A day after the announcement of the Rodney King verdict, KPFK reporter Nancy Clark spoke to many residents in and around South Los Angeles, including children, to get their reaction to what was happening. The interaction between the white reporter and mostly black residents is very instructive. >>www.uprisingradio.org/.../rodneyking.jpg uprisingradio.org/home/?p=1467


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https://plus.google.com/108167847980241628086 Annastasia Corrado : On this day: At 29th April of 1992, in Los Angeles, California, four Los Angeles police officers that...
On this day:
At 29th April of 1992, in Los Angeles, California, four Los Angeles police officers that had been caught beating an unarmed African-American motorist in an amateur video are acquitted of any wrongdoing in the arrest. Hours after the verdicts were announced, outrage and protest turned to violence, as rioters in south-central Los Angeles blocked freeway traffic and beat motorists, wrecked and looted numerous downtown stores and buildings, and set more than 100 fires.

On March 3, 1991, paroled felon Rodney King led police on a high-speed chase through the streets of Los Angeles County before eventually surrendering. Intoxicated and uncooperative, King resisted arrest and was brutally beaten by police officers Laurence Powell, Theodore Briseno, and Timothy Wind. Unbeknownst to the police, a citizen with a personal video camera was filming the arrest, and the 89-second video caught the police beating King with their batons and kicking him long after he was capable of resistance. The video, released to the press, caused outrage around the country and triggered a national debate on police brutality.

Rodney King was released without charges, and on March 15 Sergeant Stacey Koon and officers Powell, Wind, and Briseno were indicted by a Los Angeles grand jury in connection with the beating. All four were charged with assault with a deadly weapon and excessive use of force. Though Koon did not actively participate in the beating, as the commanding officer present at the scene he was charged with aiding and abetting. Powell and Koon were also charged with filing false reports.

Because of the uproar in Los Angeles surrounding the incident, the judge, Stanley Weisberg, was persuaded to move the trial outside Los Angeles County to Simi Valley in Ventura County. On April 29, 1992, the 12-person jury, which included 10 whites and no African-Americans, issued its verdicts: not guilty on all counts, except for one assault charge against Powell that ended in a hung jury. The acquittals touched off rioting and looting in Los Angeles that grew into the most destructive U.S. civil disturbance of the 20th century.

Violence first erupted at the intersection of Florence Boulevard and Normandie Avenue in south-central Los Angeles. Traffic was blocked, and rioters beat dozens of motorists, including Reginald Denny, a white truck driver who was dragged out of his truck and nearly beaten to death by three African-American men. A news helicopter, hovering over the street, recorded the gruesome event. Los Angeles police were slow to respond, and the violence radiated to areas throughout the city. 

California Governor Pete Wilson deployed the National Guard at the request of Mayor Tom Bradley, and a curfew was declared. By the morning, hundreds of fires were burning across the city, more than a dozen people had been killed, and hundreds were injured.

Rioting and violence continued during the next 24 hours, and Korean shop owners in African-American neighborhoods defended their businesses with rifles. On May 1, President George Bush ordered military troops and riot-trained federal officers to Los Angeles and by the end of the next day the city was under control. The three days of disorder killed 55 people, injured almost 2,000, led to 7,000 arrests, and caused nearly $1 billion in property damage, including the burnings of nearly 4,000 buildings. Riots also occurred in San Francisco, Oakland, Las Vegas, Seattle, and Chicago.

Under federal law, the four officers could also be prosecuted for violating Rodney King’s constitutional rights. On April 17, 1993, a federal jury convicted Koon and Powell for violating King’s rights by their unreasonable use of force under color of law. Although Wind and Briseno were acquitted, most civil rights advocates considered the mixed verdict a victory. On August 4, Koon and Powell were sentenced to two and a half years in prison.

The L.A. riots contributed to the creation of new ethnic agenda and organization. A week after the riots, the largest Asian American protest ever held in a city, about 30,000 mostly Korean and Korean American marchers walked the streets of L.A. Koreatown, calling for peace and denouncing police violence. This cultural movement was devoted to the protection of Koreans' political rights, ethnic heritage, and political representation. It created a new form of leaders within the community, in which second generation children spoke on behalf of the community. Korean Americans saw a shift in occupation goals, from storeowners to political leaders. 

Such political voice aided Korean Americans in receiving governmental aid in the reconstruction of their damaged neighborhoods. Countless community and advocacy groups have been established to further fuel Korean political representation and understanding. They experienced firsthand the severity of such isolation, as they were forced to endure the physical and psychological aftermath. The representative voice that was created remains present in South Central Los Angeles, as such events as the riots contributed to the shaping of identities, perceptions and political and social representation.

Rodney King was awarded $3.8 million in damages from the City of Los Angeles for the attack. He invested most of this money in founding a hip-hop record label, "Straight Alta-Pazz Records". The venture was unable to garner any success and soon folded. Since the arrest which culminated in his severe beating by the four police officers, King was arrested at least a further eleven times on a variety of charges, including domestic abuse and hit-and-run. 

King and his family moved from Los Angeles to Rialto, California, a suburb in San Bernardino County in an attempt to escape the fame and notoriety and to begin a new life. King and his family later returned to Los Angeles, where they ran a family-owned construction company. King, until his death on June 17, 2012, rarely discussed the incident or its aftermath, preferring to remain out of the spotlight. 

The riots were not just a collection of random acts. People were speaking out against oppression; against being held down for so long. The only way they were finally heard was through the extreme acts that came to be called the Los Angeles Riots.  

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"Should Congress adopt a national standard mandating"
 Ya What You Think 
"How Police Departments Handle A Citizen’s Complaint?
       Most citizens in America do not have issues involving police conduct; however, there are a few who either were treated rudely during a traffic stop, who were physically abused or have been mistreated in other ways. Often, when a citizen wishes to make a complaint they are faced with intimidation, fear and confusion in the process.
   “Police misconduct is nothing new” says Diop Kamau, who is an expert witness for police misconduct. Over the last 50 years, America has had to deal with abuse of police power from the civil rights movements in the 1960 to the LA riots resulting in the acquittal of five LA police officers over the beating of Rodney King.

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THE  REPUBLICAN  CONVENTION  WILL  NOT  BE  CONTESTED  ..?
Apologies to those who still don't accept the inevitability of a Donald Trump candidacy in the Republican Party -- I feel your pain, as a famous prevaricator/predator once said -- but, disappointing as it may be to Fox and CNN executives, not to mention the millions or hundreds of thousands of voters loyal to Messrs. Cruz and Kasich, it's all over but the shouting and the backbiting. Cleveland in July may not be Christmas in July, but it's not going to be the second coming of the 1992 L.A. riots or the 1968 Chicago convention either.
It's going to be business -- relatively -- as usual with a Republican nominee comfortably in place before the festivities begin. And we all know who that is, like it or not. The fat lady has sung -- with a Queens accent.
Trump was the only candidate with a chance of defeating Hillary Clinton in the general election. It is only Trump, of all the Republicans, if indeed he is a Republican, who is enough of a wild card to overcome the new American demographics that so favor Democratic candidates in presidential elections. They were bad enough when Obama ran against Romney. They are worse now
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Age: 30
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The LA riots ! The Kikes did that and the Niggers got pissed ! 
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https://plus.google.com/117192560712981523223 Shaiyen Jaunky : Modern family,The greatest DECEPTIONS and the great fallen away is like how Lot and Abraham in The Torah...
Modern family,The greatest DECEPTIONS and the great fallen away is like how Lot and Abraham in The Torah and the Bible ,The point is Sodom and Gomorrah was powerful with Homosexuality practice anti TRUE God and His Principle operation Like Confuse Jezebel type spirit ,worship children sacrifice to this day is Plan parent hood like abortions and promote Premature sex .Higher rate of Syphilis I'll us ,HIV. Woman been degraded, And rebellion violence,This curse will bring Violence ,Its against nature ,We are going to see more Chaos,The law will be corrupted even more ,Watch storms ,flood ,fire,Earthquakes big little by little by keep an eye on Japan More coming ,India ,LA. Riots, and shooting ,ALL Luke warm churches ,Terror of wars. WATCH AND PRAY WE ARE BELIEVING LIES ,EMBRACING,WATCH SATAN USING ISLAMS MANY FALSE RELIGIONS AND SENDING PEOPLE TO HE'LL ,BUT Jesus is Real,He was the Holy spirit with God The Father the CREATOR His is God and saviour ,And king of kings Lord of lords 1st to The Jews and The Gentile..Remember prayer makes differences,but right now ,Rebellions Christians cops get fire by atheist s but drinking and driving ,speeding ,etc it'd ok, Marijuana is medicine ??? Its an excuse to get high drug. lost mind lost soul will always try hard to sow evil and practice evil which is good into their own eyes ,Lgbt against Good Godly people sadly cause of mambipambi ,The curse is God will allow their idol god and goddess turn on themself why that Satan agents Lucifer is traitor author of many religions 1/3 of Heavens fallen angels are on his side and all so call entertainment stars who already gave their souls to him, Hell is Real ,heaven is Real .whether you believe or not. CALL ON Jesus Christ of Nazareth Salvation is now today repent pray confess invite him in your heart asked him for Forgiveness and forgive other ask for His Holy spirit to fill you up .pray for USA and Israel and for the world.!!! :-)
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https://plus.google.com/111558099918512540612 Luis G Banaga : To the American public, I hope everything is going well, the recent chain of events from my months of...
To the American public,
I hope everything is going well, the recent chain of events from my months of posts have touched the hearts and nerves of many members of the nation.  While any pending information to be followed is considered an investigation.  For those of you who are really concerned as to how guilt persons may be caught there need to be evidence.  well if the crime is public corruption.  it can be contained in the city of Chula Vista my home town.  we will proceed in minorly comic manner at the persons involved.  They are all located on Telegraph road.  beggining in the east at the college with the Dean.  she will cooperate with her signiature and help in anyway to the fact that I was lased and set up with paperwork that I did not sign beggining the "coverup" she will then point to over 100,000 people in the government which would include the executive branch which would be a dead lead.  There is next the Mason/PI/defense attorney,  he shred all evidence of any coverup and criminal activity.  he would cooperate if he is granted gifts of grandeur of the nation, including television and movies.  he would also use legal terms in his superfluous addition.  there is 3 blocks from my house on telegraph the CIA agent who would stand by the agency and use the term "We" he would move to Africa before he would talk.  he would say black hawk down and tears of the sun and lord of war, the agency doesnt admit their mistakes they move on.  down on hilltop there is the peace officer the one who owned the child porn.  he would cooperate and say it is a coverup but he would say one yes then one no then one in it for his own.  I suggest you stop there because any more information from him and it turns into a swirl of maybes.  then there is the DEA agent 2 blocks over from the police officers.  The DEA in this city are in direct line of fire.  all she needs to do is point to the CIA agent because her son the drug dealer was friends with the agents daughter before I met them and they used my house in 2003 to feed "that 70's Show"  then on the west side of telegraph down third is the Mental place where I was locked and given the list of medications including the injections.  all information therein is restricted by the medical board of california but may include evidence to the child porn coverup. there is then at the address I grew up at the son of my grandmother A marshal who molested me. 1996  the issue brought to light is Mia the dean has Unger the Teen humper 2004.  he is a 5 point defense attorney.  the CIA agent has his daughter Amanda in 2003 she dealt mushrooms in san diego.  the peace officer has his son Edmund the rapist child molester 2003,  the DEA agent has her son the drug dealer who dealt in pounds and with guns in 2003.  the Mental place has their employees the Laura of Laura's song and the doctors.  Any further and they would point to F street, to a man who was involved in the LA riots.  information about him can be told by friends of his son's be I hear from a friend in highschool was in a biker gang.  his son became a lance corporal and was given the dishonorable for possession.  the man I heard commited suicide by gun in 2004.  I hope this information may be used to open a case and grant me any recompensations.  one of them being Taylor.  
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https://plus.google.com/101381627639035884149 Adam Dean : “You see, friends, our culture is morally going to hell in a handbasket, and the church is following...
“You see, friends, our culture is morally going to hell in a handbasket, and the church is following right along with it! If you sincerely try to stand against the slide into the cesspool of wickedness in our state, in our culture, by looking for a consistent biblical position from which you might witness against the disgrace all around us, as many of us have found, you’ll lose your job within the seminary community, you’ll lose your standing in the church establishment, you’ll virtually become unemployable. Even if you’re orthodox, you’ll become ostracised, you’ll be called dangerous. What’s wrong with us?!? That Theonomists are dangerous when we have to lock our windows at night? It’s crazy isn’t it? How many times can a man turn his head and pretend he just doesn’t see??

Of all the wicked heresies and threatening movements facing the church in our day, when Westminster Seminary finally organized their faculty to write something in unison they gave their determined political efforts not to fight socialism, not to fight homosexuality, not abortion, not crime and mayhem in our society, not subjectivism in theology, not Dispensationalism, not cultural relativism, not licentiousness, not defection from the New Testament, not defection from the Westminster Confession of Faith, all of which are out there and they could give their legitimate efforts to, boy, the thing they had to write about was Theonomy! How many times can a man turn his head and pretend he doesn’t see!?! We are living in the cesspool of relativism and the church doesn’t have an answer.

I praise God, not for my work, I think it’s the grace of God that allows me to have this ministry, but I praise God that the truth that the early church knew and that is found in the Bible is available to us and there are people like you who’re willing to say, “We’ll pay the price, it’s worth it”.

Gordon Reed, posting an article from Reformed Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi, begins by noting the Los Angeles riots as a “...grim reminder that our nation and our whole way of life is seriously threatened by a growing tide of lawlessness”. I began to read that and I said “Praise God”. Forget my background with the Reformed Seminary, I am so glad, so I began to read this article. You look at the LA riots and you say “Lawlessness is all around us, what can we do about it?” And the purpose of the article when you get to the end is to make sure we know that we’re not under the judicial law of Moses. How many times can a man turn his head and pretend that he just doesn’t see?

I submit to you that by opposing the Law of God in the late 20th century the church continues to be salt which has lost its savor in a decaying world. We deserve to be cast out and trodden under the feet of men. In the name of protecting the grace of God against those who promote the moral validity of anybody else’s opinion rather than what God has said in His holy commandments, the church has turned the grace of God into disgrace. It’s become guilty of complicity with the lawlessness of our world, and for a generation Reconstructionism has forcibly challenged the world, and the drifting church, to recognize the necessity of God’s revealed Law if we would somehow avert a plunge into the moral, licensed social chaos which is right in front of us unless we turn our heads and pretend we don’t see.

Jude verses 3-4 says, “Beloved, while I was giving all diligence to write unto you about common salvation, I was constrained to write unto you exhorting you to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered unto the saints. For there are certain men crept in privately, those who were of old, of beforehand unto this condemnation written, ungodly men, turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness.”

How’s it going in the other neighborhood? My word for those who oppose what I have written and my brothers have written and what you believe when they call us heretics, my word for them is “You have turned the grace of God into disgrace”. May God save us all.” - Greg Bahnsen in his sermon "Law and Disgrace" (Audio can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HP88NEG00E)
Watch the video: Law & Disgrace by Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen
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https://plus.google.com/100052536366145963047 Chung Wong : 3661 W 3rd St (Koreatown, LA) - A cart of diapers during the LA Riots  Apr 30, 1992. One of 7000 fires...
3661 W 3rd St (Koreatown, LA) - A cart of diapers during the LA Riots  Apr 30, 1992. One of 7000 fires.  53 dead, 2,383 hurt. $1 billion in damages. Rodney King (whose police beating sparked the 6-day riots) was born today in 1965.  Photo by Kirk McKoy.
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