Browse Library (10 total)

  • Subject contains "Los Angeles Police Department"

scl000057.pdf
A report issued by the Governor's Commission documenting the events during the "Watts Riot" as well as information on employment, education, law enforcement, welfare and public transportation in the Watts community.

scl000054001-016.pdf
Interview with Los Angeles Police Chief Parker about the political and logistical challenges of modern urban policing and how they apply to his department's work.

scl000016001-064.pdf
A report issued by the Governor's Commission documenting the events during the "Watts Riot" as well as information on employment, education, law enforcement, welfare and public transportation in the Watts community.

scl000025001-010.pdf
A printed sermon regarding not only police brutality but the brutality of the systems of local, state and federal governments suppressing peoples; asks for support for the Watts and South Los Angeles black community through donation of money, time,…

scl000020001-004.pdf
An editorial for the Watts Conference Supplement covering the history of Watts and Los Angeles, including sociological, economics and laws all leading to the "Watts Uprising" of 1965

scl000001001-041.pdf
Much of the journal focuses on arrest and trial statistics following the events of the Watts Uprising of August 1965. Also included is a study/poll measuring different attitudes of black Watts residents in Crenshaw, Watts, and other South Central to…

scl000013001-010.pdf
A pamphlet detailing the conditions of Watts leading up to the rebellion as well as the practices of the Los Angeles Police Department present during that time.

scl000010001-004.pdf
Booklet regarding Watts 1965 which includes "What was the Position of the Communists on the Events", The Worker's "Cops and Troops Slay 26" and William C. Taylor's Radio Talk "Upsurge in South Los Angeles"

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Three articles dealing with "Watts Riots" and its immediate aftermath. The first article details the first meeting and agenda items for the McCone Commission, including acquiring space, staff, and resources for planned three month inquiry as well as…

scl000005001-004.pdf
Article reexamines the "Watts Rebellion" 7 years after the fact, noting that the flood of "investigations that came to Watts loaded with government grants" often failed to view black Watts residents "as anything more than objects to be analyzed, and…
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