AirTalk for April 25, 2002

As Los Angeles prepares to mark the tenth anniversary of the 1992 riots, AirTalk hosts a special town hall meeting on race relations in the city from Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Koreatown. Larry Mantle moderates a discussion by a panel that includes: Joe Hicks, Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture; Rev. Leonard Jackson, Minister of Community Outreach at First AME Church; Stewart Kwoh, President and Executive Director of the Asian Pacific American Legal Center; and Jaime Regalado, Executive Director of the Pat Brown Institute.


Larry Mantle and critics Jean Oppenheimer of Screen International and Peter Rainer of New York Magazine discuss this week's new film releases, including Life or Something Like It, The Salton Sea, Night at the Golden Eagle, Dogtown and Z-Boys, The Other Brother, and Peter discusses some of the movies he saw at The Bermuda Film Festival.
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