L.A. Riots: City Leaders Mourn, Celebrate The Anniversary
Twenty years after the Rodney King verdict, community members, and faith and city leaders gathered at Glory Church of Christ to bring a message of remembrance, faith and hope to the future of Los Angeles. 
Hosted by the SAIGU 4-29 Campaign, the event began with a fierce tone of unity, recognizing people of all ethnicities, faith and social economic circumstances. 
“Even though we are diverse, we are one. Under the sky of Los Angeles, we are one family,” opened Rev. Young Ik Byun, President of the Council of Korean Churches. 

L.A. Riots: City Leaders Mourn, Celebrate The Anniversary

Twenty years after the Rodney King verdict, community members, and faith and city leaders gathered at Glory Church of Christ to bring a message of remembrance, faith and hope to the future of Los Angeles. 

Hosted by the SAIGU 4-29 Campaign, the event began with a fierce tone of unity, recognizing people of all ethnicities, faith and social economic circumstances. 

“Even though we are diverse, we are one. Under the sky of Los Angeles, we are one family,” opened Rev. Young Ik Byun, President of the Council of Korean Churches. 

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