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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Twilight, I Remember Going... Summary & Analysis

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Reverend Tom Choi is the minister at Westwood Presbyterian Church. He remembers going out to do some clean-up work after the disturbances and deciding to wear his clerical collar, which he had not done for some time. He wore it for protection because he was afraid someone would mistake him for a Korean shop owner. He is disappointed in himself because he knows this is not an appropriate reason for a minister to wear his collar.

He remembers hearing people complain that Korean-Americans did not patronize black businesses, so when he went to the bank he stood up straight so everyone would see his collar plainly. He asked people in line at the bank how they were doing, and everyone replied that they were doing all right. He had many conversations with these people and found that there was nothing but...

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