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Danielle Kim Gustafson ARLT 101g 8-30-09 Paragraph #2 “That’s how New Yorkers looked at the West Coast at the time, so when they saw the riots break out , they realized that there really was some fucked up shit going on out there with Black people that was deeper than an NWA album. Black folks stated to see that it really was a Black community out there. I don’t think that was really shared at that point.” Chuck D “Louder than a Bomb” I never have thought about the 1992 Los Angeles riot. I was only two at the time, but I was living in
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Unformatted text preview: Palos Verdes, a small suburb of Los Angeles. When I was growing up, my parents always just told me that they were a little worried that the riot would make its way up to PV. I never realized that the minds of blacks on the East Coast were different than those on the West Coast. But now that I think of it, it makes sense that they were having different thoughts. The West Coasters were dealing with discrimination and policy hypocrisy that the East Coasters had dealt with 10 to 15 years earlier....
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2009 for the course ARLT 101g taught by Professor Gustafson during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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