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'Slow Burn' podcast looks back on the 1992 LA riots

A cross, flowers and a banner urging an end to violence adorn the ruins of a service station at Florence and Normandie Avenues in South-Central Los Angeles, May 3, 1992. The intersection was the site of the first reported violence on Wednesday that led to days of rioting, looting and burning as people angrily reacted to the acquittal of four Los Angeles police officers in the Rodney King assault. (Reed Saxon/AP)
A cross, flowers and a banner urging an end to violence adorn the ruins of a service station at Florence and Normandie Avenues in South-Central Los Angeles, May 3, 1992. The intersection was the site of the first reported violence on Wednesday that led to days of rioting, looting and burning as people angrily reacted to the acquittal of four Los Angeles police officers in the Rodney King assault. (Reed Saxon/AP)

Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley speaks with “Slow Burn” host Joel Anderson about the latest season of the podcast which looks at the 1992 riots in Los Angeles.

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