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L.A. Now Live: Young people reflect on the L.A. riots

The L.A. Riots took place 20 years ago, which means a whole generation of young residents have had to learn about them largely second-hand. Today at 9 a.m. we talk with young people whose parents were impacted by the riots to examine the significance of 1992 to a generation that grew up in a changed L.A. 

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