Rodney King’s Daughter Still Fighting for Change 30 Years Later

She is now aged 37, but King says the assault upon her father, Rodney, feels like it happened just five years ago
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Lora King was just seven when her father was beaten by officers from the Los Angeles Police Department – pummelled, stamped on, and struck with clubs so many times he never fully recovered.

She is now aged 37, but King says the assault upon her father, Rodney, feels like it happened just five years ago. The reason it feels like “recent history”, she explains, is that such events keep being meted out by the police to people of color, across the United States.

It may be a different name, but the details are generally the same, and as often as not - as with the case of her father - those responsible are not held accountable.

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