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25 years later, what questions do you have about the LA Riots and their lasting impact?



People and their belongings line a sidewalk across from a burned out apartment, 01 May 1992 in Los Angeles. The apartment was attached to a row of stores that were burned and looted, 30 April 1992. The 1992 Los Angeles riots, with looting and arson events, erupted 29 April 1992 when a mostly white jury acquitted the four police officers accused in the videotaped beating of black motorist Rodney King, after he fled from police. 52 people were killed during the riots and Rodney King became a reluctant symbol of police brutality.        (Photo credit should read HAL GARB/AFP/Getty Images)
People and their belongings line a sidewalk across from a burned out apartment, 01 May 1992 in Los Angeles. The apartment was attached to a row of stores that were burned and looted, 30 April 1992. The 1992 Los Angeles riots, with looting and arson events, erupted 29 April 1992 when a mostly white jury acquitted the four police officers accused in the videotaped beating of black motorist Rodney King, after he fled from police. 52 people were killed during the riots and Rodney King became a reluctant symbol of police brutality. (Photo credit should read HAL GARB/AFP/Getty Images)
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Violence and destruction exploded in Los Angeles on April 29, 1992, following the jury acquittal of four LAPD officers criminally charged for the beating of Rodney King.

The L.A. Riots left indelible memories on Angelenos and people across the country. 

Now, 25 years later, KPCC is looking to you to direct our coverage of the anniversary. What do you want to know? What are the stories you would assign if working with KPCC reporters and news shows like Take Two?

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