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There is a debate raging among lawyers about whether solo practitioners are entrepreneurs. But come on now, in the immortal words of Rodney King, "Can we all just get along?" As Black History Month reminds us of the more divisive issues of our times, are we really debating the......
From the late 1980s to the early ’90s, when people thought of blackness in Los Angeles, most thought of either the rise of N.W.A’s West Coast style of rap or the fallout from the LAPD’s beating of Rodney King. As actress Alfre Woodard put it, “people didn’t think there was a mindset here of an...
As Los Angelenos rioted after the acquittal of policemen caught on camera beating him, Rodney King asked, “Can we all get along?” When it comes to working with the incoming Trump administration, the answer for Democrats is a stark and obvious no—unless you’re a clown. Show More Summary
'Let It Fall' doesn't only concern the L.A. riots or the Rodney King beating, but also the decade leading up to the riots. [ more › ]
ABC announced plans today for a special production that will be timed to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the rioting that gripped Los Angeles in the wake of the verdict in the Rodney King case in April 1992. The...
Trump supporters are being physically assaulted, but Trump critics such as David French are also coming under vicious attack. In the immortal words of the 'motorist' Rodney King, "Why can't we all just get along?" Related articles How to Tell...
Last week, the day after the election of Donald Trump, I found myself recalling the words of Rodney King, spoken during the 1992 Los Angeles riots: “Can we all get along?” A black former congressman had told me about waking up his nine-year-old daughter that morning. Show More Summary
"I don't see how you can grow as a world without being able to get along with people. So many people is hating out there and it's not making a difference." - Rodney King I was placing the nozzle back on the gas pump when the glass door of the convenience store slammed and the bell jingled. Show More Summary
'VIRAL: 25 Years from Rodney King' explores what's changed—and what hasn't—in the 25 years since the beating.
It’s been 25 years since Lori King witnessed her unarmed father, Rodney King, get brutally beaten by cops from the Los Angeles Police Department. The beating led to the 1992 L.A. riots, which lasted three days and left 55 dead. Her father’s public call for peace ? “Can we all just get along?” ? became the foundation for what King stands for today. Show More Summary
Rodney Kings' daughter Lora took a photo with the LAPD for solidarity.
Twenty-five years after Rodney King was beaten in what has become one of the most infamous cases of police brutality in history, his daughter has hteamed up with LAPD on Thursday to speak to young people about interacting with police. The message? It’s more important to build bridges with officers than to stand against them. […]
King's daughter, Lora, is working with cops to reach out to youth who have had run-ins with the police.
To the editor: It’s been a quarter-century since the Rodney King incident, and still “the beat goes on.” Officer Richard Garcia of the Los Angeles Police Department is captured on video kicking, punching, elbowing and slamming into Clinton Alford Jr., who is prone and being restrained by other...
The Rodney King beating, the OJ trial and "Friends" were "racially divisive." The Trump campaign is just plain old racist! — Jamelle Bouie (@jbouie) July 17, 2016 The Grey Lady goes… as close to there as its recurrent fulminating BothSides fever will permit (and no sooner than time): … [A]mid gloom about Republican prospects in […]
In 1991, after a high-speed chase, four Los Angeles police officers pulled Rodney King, a black man, out of his car, and beat him. In what seems strikingly familiar in 2016, an amateur videographer captured the scene. The next year, in 1992, a mostly white jury acquitted the officers, setting ... More »
It was almost a generation ago when Rodney King, the black victim of a vicious beating by white Los Angeles police officers, issued his plaintive call: “Can we all get along?” Rick Zamarripa echoed that 24 years later after his son Patrick was one of five Dallas police officers killed by a black man. “I wish […]
Daniel Radcliffe stars as former FBI agent Michael German, who specialized in counter-terrorist operations. In 1992, in the aftermath of the Rodney King incident, German infiltrated a white supremacist group that was intent on starting a race war.
In today’s edition of Gorgeous People Doing Things: Daniel Craig is officially in talks to star with Halle Berry in Deniz Ergüven’s L.A. Riots film, The Kings, based on the aftermath of the Rodney King trial. Craig will play Ollie, one of the only white residents who lives in South Central, who becomes acquainted with Berry’s character, a […]