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Katie Miller, a bookkeeper and accountant, explains the problems between Blacks and Koreans. Miller thinks that the burning of Korean-owned stores in the Black neighborhood occurred because the Koreans never tried to get to know the people that came into the stores. There was much discussion of the looting that occurred in Koreatown, but Miller says it was not black people who did the looting. It was the Mexicans. She thinks the stores were looted because the Koreans did not respect those who shopped at their stores. All they wanted to do was take their money and get them out as quickly as possible.

It was the same during the riots in 1965, and everyone tried to make an issue of the relationship between blacks and Koreans then too. She did not approve of the looters hitting Pep...

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