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L.A. Riots: An Interview 20 Years Later

My good friend Javier Lucero (@mrlucero82) was a nine year old child during the L.A. Riots twenty years ago. I interviewed him about his experiences as a child and what that means for him as a teacher dedicated to social justice. The interview takes place in a car, so there’s sort-of a third character of the city in the background.
I can’t get it to post here, but you can get it on my blog.
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About John T. Spencer

I teach. I write. I live. I want to do all three authentically.

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2 thoughts on “L.A. Riots: An Interview 20 Years Later

  1. Have you read Smoky Night, by Eve Bunting? Picture book about the riots – I love the way it tells the story.

    Posted by suevanhattum | April 27, 2012, 5:10 pm

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