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Aftermath of the King verdict / interviews by Phil Bremble ; produced by the National Lawyers Guild.

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Aftermath of the King verdict / interviews by Phil Bremble ; produced by the National Lawyers Guild.
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PRA Archive #: 
KZ1817
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Two phone interviews which examine the legal redress of the Rodney King verdict, and the role of Korean-Black relations in the uprising.|AFTERMATH OF THE KING VERDICT / interviews by Phil Bremble| produced by the ntional Lawyers Guild. - SERIES: Voices from the left - Two phone interviews which examine the legal redress of the Rodney King verdict, and the role of Korean-Black relations in the uprising. CONTENT: pt.1. going to Federal Court for the next round / Richard Steingard. Steingard is a Federal Court Lawyer. He says that individuals can be prosecuted twice for the same crime, with one at the State level and the other at the Federal. He says the King beating deprived individual rights under cover of law. The Federal case should be much different -- pt.2. Krean's United / Kyung Ku. On the limited resources in minority communities, and the ways in which Korean merchants have prevented good relations with the Black communities in which they own shops. He calls for unity among the minority groups, for they share experiences of discrimination in the United States. - RECORDED: KPFK, 6 May 1992.

pt.1. Going to Federal Court for the next round / Richard Steingard. Steingard is a Federal Court Lawyer. He says that individuals can be prosecuted twice for the same crime, with one at the State level and the other at the Federal. He says the King beating deprived individual rights under cover of law. The Federal case should be much different -- pt.2. Korean's United / Kyung Ku. On the limited resources in minority communities, and the ways in which Korean merchants have prevented good relations with the Black communities in which they own shops. He calls for unity among the minority groups, for they share experiences of discrimination in the United States.

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Date Recorded on: 
KPFK, 6 May 1992.
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Item duration: 
1 reel (29 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|29:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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