It’s been 25 years since Lori King witnessed her unarmed father, Rodney King, get brutally beaten by cops from the Los Angeles Police Department.

The beating led to the 1992 L.A. riots, which lasted three days and left 55 dead. Her father’s public call for peace ― “Can we all just get along?” ― became the foundation for what King stands for today. Now, she told the Associated Press, four years after her father’s death, she’s working with the LAPD to help unite them with the communities they serve. ( – Taryn Finley) Click here to read the whole story!

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