Curren Price, Jr.

Los Angeles City Council

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Los Angeles City Councilman for 9th District; former California State Senator for the 26th District (D-Los Angeles)

Curren Price, Jr. on KCRW

Thirty years ago today, Rodney King was beaten by law enforcement officers in Los Angeles, and now decades later, the city is still seeing police violence against people of color.

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