AirTalk for April 29, 2002

Study on Attitudes Regarding Race in Los Angeles

To mark the tenth anniversary of the Los Angeles riots and disturbances, the Center for the Study of Los Angeles at Loyola Marymount University polled 1,549 city residents about their opinions and perceptions regarding life in Los Angeles, including inter-ethnic relations, economic well-being police-community relations, and a variety of topics affecting local politics and governance. The LMU researcher who authored the study, Mara Marks, and the Center Director, Fernando Guerra, join Larry to discuss the results of this latest survey of Angelenos' attitudes about themselves and life in LA.

10 Year Anniversary of the L.A. Riots

Larry Mantle speaks with listeners and takes stock of Los Angeles ten years after the riots.
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