ABC Evening News for Sunday, May 17, 1992
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Outbreak of violence in Los Angeles this weekend despite an uneasy gang peace reported.
(Los Angeles: Ron Claiborne) Impact of the riots on black businesses examined; scenes shown of burned-out and ransacked buildings. [Golden Bird owner Michael STENNIS, Broadway Federal Savings president Paul HUDSON - talk about the destruction of their buildings.] Destruction of a black-owned bookstore noted. [University of California at Los Angeles African studies department professor Robert HILL - talks about the loss.] [STENNIS - says he will fight.]
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