The Sundial

Destruction in 1992 L.A. Upheaval: How law enforcement let the largest urban riot/rebellion rage on

Hansook Oh

April 29, 2012

Twenty years ago, our city convulsed with a tremor that could not be measured on the Richter scale. Fifty-three lives were lost, thousands were injured and property damage equaled $1 billion. The livelihoods of immigrants and small business owners – their American dream – were destroyed in the blink of an eye.The upheaval which occurred during the last week of April means dif...

Multi-ethnic student shares his optimistic perspective on Israel, Palestine and peace

Contributor

March 18, 2012

Luis Carrillo Contributor I am not here to offer a side for or against the State of Israel and debate endlessly in a battle of words. I want to share a personal perspective on the place. In English and Spanish my name is Luis Rene Carrillo; my Hebrew name is Lavi Ben-Miriam.  I am a Jewish, Mexican/Salvadorian,...

Syria’s people will suffer with more outside intervention

Katherine ONeill

January 24, 2012

Bloodshed continues to rise in Syria since the 10-month uprising began last March. After a month of sending 165 monitors to Syria, the League of Arab States imposed more sanctions on 22 Syrian officials and eight entities that support the Assad regime and has demanded President Bashar Al Assad step down and peacefully transfer all power to a Syrian Vice President. S...

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