Alex Ko

filmmaker

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Los Angeles filmmaker whose parents owned two businesses in Koreatown in 1992 (one was burned to the ground and the other was looted and destroyed during the riots)

Alex Ko on KCRW

In 1991, Rodney King, an African American, was chased down for drunk driving by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.

What Can the Rest of the Country Learn from the LA Riots?

In 1991, Rodney King, an African American, was chased down for drunk driving by officers of the Los Angeles Police Department.

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Koreatown was officially designated an LA neighborhood in 1978.  It's five square miles just west of downtown, between Beverly and Olympic on the North and South and, roughly, between…

Koreatown

Koreatown was officially designated an LA neighborhood in 1978.  It's five square miles just west of downtown, between Beverly and Olympic on the North and South and, roughly, between…

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