1992 LA Riots: 20 Years Later
This list of community events, ongoing projects and media coverage on the 20th anniversary of the 1992 LA Riots will continue to be updated until April 29, 2012.
Community Events (most of the following are sponsored or co-sponsored by KAC)
"Wet Sand" - Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion
Remembering Sa-I-Gu: KADC Mixer
KPCC VIEWS ON '92: What’s the legacy of L.A.’s 1992 Riots?
“Hope out of Crisis: Lessons From Sa-I-Gu” - Conference
Griffith Park Walk-a-Thon and Cleanup
Diversity is Our Strength: The 4.29 Center Community Potluck and Essay Contest Awards Reception (Essays due April 15)
KAC 4.29 Project: Translation Archive
KCRW Which Way, L.A.? The 1992 LA Riots: What do you remember?
89.3 KPCC: Twenty years after the L.A. Riots: how have race relations changed?
CBS LA: What Is Your Memory Of The LA Riots?
Daily Trojan: Project ReMiX looks at race in the 1992 LA riots
USC Intersections South LA: The LA Riots twenty years on
20th Anniversary of Los Angeles Riots Observed
SCPR The cultural mashup dictionary: Sa-i-Gu
Politic 365: An Angeleno’s Take on the LA Riots
Frying Pan News: 1992 Remembered: Mike Davis’ Tale of Two Riots
Washington Post: Lessons from Marion Barry's Anti-Asian Comments
eurweb: VH1 to Air Snoop Dogg’s ‘UPRISING: Hip Hop and the L.A. Riots’
LA Times: 20 years after riots, hope and despair in South L.A.
Thyblackman.com: Rodney King Beating, Yes Verdict, L.A. Riots. ( Part 1 )
89.3 KPCC: What is the legacy of the 1992 L.A. riots?
89.3 KPCC: Survey finds Angelenos optimistic, 20 years after LA riots
89.3 KPCC: Quotes of the Moment: Angelenos reflect on the 1992 riots
LA Times: Twenty years after riots, L.A. residents say race relations are better
LA Times: Many say L.A. is safer 20 years after 1992 riots, poll finds
89.3 KPCC: How safe do you feel in L.A.? It depends on your race
LA Weekly: We're All Just Getting Along Fine 20 Years After L.A. Riots, Survey Says
CBS LA: Trayvon Who? Most Angelenos See Improved Race Relations Post-LA Riots
OC Register: Rodney King and the L.A. riots: What now?
Fox News Latino: LA Safer 20 Years After Riots, Poll Says
LA Times: When time allows, 1992 riots are poignant lesson in L.A. schools
Truthdig: 20 Years After the L.A. Riots and Nothing Has Changed
89.3 KPCC: Recollections of the Riots, 20 years later
Photos from LA Riots
Rafu Shimpo Into the next stage: Korean Americans 20 years afer the Riots
OC Register: Santa Ana officers get pins for help during '92 L.A. riots
Chicago Tribune: Twenty years on, Los Angeles riot flashpoint a grim tableau
NY Daily: Steady hands, determination saved Reginald Denny as L.A. burned
NBC LA: LA Riots 20 Years Later
L.A. Riots: A Community Revisited 20 Years Later
NBC LA: Los Angeles 1992 Riots: By the Numbers
Huffington Post: An Unlikely Symbol: Patt Morrison on Rodney King
NBC LA: Timeline: LA Riots
LA Times: Rodney King, 20 years after L.A.'s riots
LA Times: Rodney King and the L.A. riots: When 20 years can seem like yesterday
Twenty years on, Los Angeles riot flashpoint a grim tableau
Arcadia Patch: The L.A. Riots—20 Years Later
LA Times: LAPD goes from longtime oppressor to community partner
LA Times: Rodney King discusses memoir at L.A. Times Festival of Books
LA Times Critic's Notebook: Literature of 1992 L.A. riots is fragmented
LA Times: LAPD, city have changed since the riots, panel agrees
89.3 KPCC: ‘Do we count? Do we matter?’ Perspectives on the riots, 20 years later
89.3 KPCC: Where are they now? Major figures from the LA riots
KQED News Beyond the Bubble: Looking Back at the LA Riots of 1992
NBC LA: Livetweeting the Los Angeles Riots in Real Time
Infographic: Where are they now
Claremont Culture Critique
Nancy Park: Los Angeles Riots: Sa-I-Gu – From a Korean Woman’s Perspective