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Filming the Aftermath of the Los Angeles Riots.

Documentary filmmaker Jim Chambers, who put together the new film "112th and Central: Through the Eyes of the Children", a documentary about the effects of the Los Angeles riots on the young people who lived through them. The film is put together from interviews of friends and family filmed by the children themselves, including 12 year old Cleophas Jackson whom Marty also interviews. (Interview by Marty Moss-Coane)


Other segments from the episode on August 18, 1993

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 18, 1993: Interview with Craig Whitney; Interview with Jim Chambers and Cleophas Jackson; Review of the television program "The Building."


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