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Twenty-five years ago, a jury acquitted four white police officers in the beating of black motorist Rodney King, sparking looting and violence that would turn into one of the deadliest race riots in American history. On Saturday, hundreds of people marked the anniversary with marches advocating peace and hope. A Future Fest'' began at Florence and Normandie avenues -- the South Los Angeles intersection where rioting erupted -- and was followed by a community festival. Organizer Eric Ares, 34, is a lifelong resident of the area. He remembers the electricity going out in his house at the start of the rioting, leaving his family essentially cut off from the outside world without lights or a TV. "For the next couple of nights, there was this fear going on," he said. "We were huddled up in the living room." When he did venture outside, Ares saw plumes of smoke coming from places where buildings had been torched.
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The 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots is being commemorated with peaceful marches and calls for a better future
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The largest beer festival in the South West has opened in Newton Abbot. The Tucker's Maltings festival is celebrating its 25th birthday this weekend with more than 270 beers for the judges and 3,000 beer lovers to enjoy.The event is run voluntarily by brewers and by CAMRA (the Campaign For Real Ale) to show off all the finest beers in the West Country. Beers were judged on Thursday, with the winners going forward to national competitions later in the year. Many of the Maltings winners have...
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Saturday, April 29, will mark the 25th anniversary of the outbreak of riots in Los Angeles that were sparked by the acquittal in 1992 of four white police officers accused of beating a black motorist, Rodney King. The city has been reflecting on the lessons learned and the work that remains to be done. The beating was caught on videotape, and there was shock and disbelief that an all-white jury acquitted the officers. Among those calling for calm in 1992 was the city’s first African American mayor, Tom Bradley, who also expressed shock and dismay at the verdict. Toll: 60 dead, 1,000 injured But as protesters took to the streets, violence erupted through the city that claimed the lives of more than 60 people. More than 1,000 were injured and the toll in property damage passed $1 billion. “I felt betrayed,” said Perry Crouch of the Watts Gang Task Force, a volunteer group of police, local leaders and residents.
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