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10 years after L.A.

From: Holly Kernan
Length: 18:19

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Default-piece-image-2 (interview) Sandip Roy talks with Dai-Sil Kim about her return to East L.A., 10 years after the riots. She made a documentary film about the experience.

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(interview) Sandip Roy talks with Dai-Sil Kim about her return to East L.A., 10 years after the riots. She made a documentary film about the experience.

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Review of 10 years after L.A.

This is a provocative interview with Filmmaker Dai-Sil Kim. She's made the documentary "Wet Sand: voices From LA Ten Years After," which addresses race relations ten years after the riots.

This is a piece that has a lot of flexibility in terms of content. It could be aired on PRI's "The World," as it deals with many ethnic communities; the obstacles and cultural mores that immigrants face. It also sounds like something that would be on "Alternative Radio."

It would also be an appropriate piece to play on or around the Fourth of July or Martin Luther King Day as it addresses race relations, civil rights and discrimination.

This interview is dense, compelling and relevant