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Los Angeles, California / Black-Korean Tensions #336095

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 26, 1991
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: David Dow) Tensions between blacks and Koreans in Los Angeles aggravated by scuffle between Korean grocer Soon Ja Du and black teenager Latasha Harlins which resulted in Harlins' death featured; excerpt of March 16 video of scuffle, photograph of Harlins, March 21 scenes of black protest shown. [Three BLACKS - confront Korean.] Korean grocers' recent agreement to hire one hundred black youths, Du's manslaughter conviction and suspended sentence reported; November 15 scenes shown. November 22 scenes shown of protests against Du's judge Joyce Karlin. [Los Angeles County district attorney Ira REINER - comments on Du's sentence.]

Chung, Connie;
Dow, David

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