BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20220421T000000Z DTEND:20220421T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>Free</strong>\n\nOn April 29\, 1992\, the day of the pl anned opening of the Japanese American National Museum\, the four officers accused of violently beating Rodney King on video were acquitted leading to city-wide civil unrest. The museum’s opening in this moment of racial reckoning has shaped its history forever\, much as the uprisings changed the story of all of Los Angeles.\n\nJoin us for a conversation with <str ong>Professor Nadia Kim</strong> (Loyola Marymount University)\, <strong >Angela E. Oh</strong> (LACHRC)\, and<strong> Ambassador Michael Lawson< /strong> (Los Angeles Urban League). This event will explore the impact o f this pivotal moment on our panelists’ lives and work and how we can ho nor the legacy of this history moving forward.\n\n<a href="\;txobjid=d40406e5-019e-4c04-a96 0-41e457b268ec">IN PERSON RSVP</a>\n\n<a href="http://9644p.blackbaudhosti\;txobjid=09fa17bf-f347-4699-9cdf-8672242c10 95">VIRTUAL RSVP</a>\n\n<a href=" nts">THIS PROGRAM IS PART OF JANM’S 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS.\n</a> \n\n<em>Photo Credit: JANM\, photograph by Gary Miyatake. April 1992.</em> DTSTAMP:20231001T061026Z SUMMARY:Uprising: Reflections on ’92 URL:/en/events/2022/04/21/uprising-reflections-on-92/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR