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Los Angeles Erupts in Violence and Civil Disorder - L.A. Riots: April 29,1992

On April 29, 1992, a major outbreak of violence erupted in South-Central Los Angeles California when thousands of people protested a court verdict that acquitted four L.A.P.D. 166 more words

20th Century History

26th Anniversary and the LA Riots Taught Us Nothing

“Twenty-six years ago on April 29,1992, we learned what the lack of political power and cultural misunderstandings between minority groups can do,”Ā  as Lee said, “It can destroy us.” 2,333 more words


LA Riots: Violent revolution or staged operation? (Part II)

Shills happen to think they are so clever. One supposes any two-bit coward hidden by the protective shield of anonymity can attack with impunity then abscond behind the backs of their equally pusillanimous handlers. 1,438 more words

Truth Info

Attacking the Classics: Why Into The Wild was oblivious to the world around it

Into The Wild is a book by Jon Krakauer about the shortened life of Chris McCandless, a graduate of Emory University who didn’t like how society functioned and sought out his own path to “freedom” via dangerous adventure. 570 more words

Social Commentary

Raging Against the Machine

John 2:13-22

click here to listen to this sermon (available on the following Friday)

I say ā€œ1990sā€, and what do you think of? Maybe you think of neon-colored clothing, Bill Clinton, or the sound of modem connections for AOL. 1,665 more words


Kings (2018)

I believe the most important goal for social commentary films based on historical events is to make a meaningful and sensible call to action, NOT to take advantage of sensitive times and incite fear and anger within communities. 7 more words


Riots: Slow Cancellation of the Future

26.1.ā€“ 1.4.2018
Opening: Thursday, 25 January 2018, 7 pm

With John Akomfrah, Chto Delat, Dilip Gaonkar, Gauri Gill, Louis Henderson, Satch Hoyt, Jitish Kallat, Karrabing Film Collective, Glenn Ligon, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, SAHMAT, Chandragupta Thenuwara and Ala Younis… 1,424 more words