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Nonviolent Reaction / Rodney King Case / Poll About Race Relations #868212

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 16, 1992
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(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Oakland, California residents reacted differently to Rodney King Case.

(Craig Heaps) Oakland remained peaceful during Rodney King Case; Town held meetings about racial issues and homicides; Oakland Men's Project helps people understand the roots of violence; Peace in the past is not a guarantee of peace in the future. [Interview with Don SUTTON, Oakland Community Partnership; Excerpt of Paul KIVEL, Oakland Men's Project.; Interview with Cessaly CACAS, Workshop Participant.]

(Studio: Andrea Arceneaux) Most people in United States think poverty concerns deserve top priority and are optimistic about race relations getting better.

Heaps, Craig

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