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LA Riots: 5 Years Later

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Bart Bartholomew: Former photographer who was shooting for the New York Times when he was caught in the crossfire at the flashpoint of the riot. Bob Tur: The telecopter pilot/photographer who shot the Reginald Denny beating. David Dotson: Former asst. chief for the LAPD. Testified against Gates during Christopher Commission; retired. Jarrette Fellows: Managing editor of the LA Watts Times; he had his own publication called California Sunshine News at the time of the riots. He was also involved in helping to "keep the peace" as a rally organizer with churches in the South Central neighborhood after the second King trial. Itabari Njeri: Journalist and literary figure, a 1992 Pulitzer Prize finalist, she describes herself as a "typical New World Black," she's the author, most recently, of "The Last Plantation: Color, Conflict and Identity" Barry Sanders: An attorney with the distinguished law firm, Latham & Watkins; he was the Co-Chair of Rebuild Los Angeles, later to be called RLA Manuel Pastor: Chair, Latin American & Latino Studies; Now at U.C. Santa Cruz Formerly Professor of Economics, Internat'l and Public Affairs Center, Occidental College. Author of Latinos and the Los Angeles Uprising: The Economic Context, published by Tomas Rivera Center in Claremont, and Keeping Down with the Joneses: Neighbors, Networks, and Wages. A new study comes out on May 1. Gary Mendoza: Deputy mayor for economic development

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Which Way L.A.? is made possible in part by the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation, which supports study and research into policy issues of the Los Angeles region.

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