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Column: What we got wrong about Black and Korean communities after the L.A. riots

The Black-Korean conflict was an enduring storyline during the violence that erupted in 1992 after four Los Angeles police officers were acquitted in the beating of Rodney King. It was a palatable narrative of racial conflict in which white racism was not directly implicated.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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