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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Study Guide Twilight, Magic #2 Summary & Analysis

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Betye Saar, an artist who lives in Laurel Canyon, describes her experiences on the evening of the verdict. She and her friend Tony were walking to their car in the twilight. Tony, who is political, definitely thought there would be trouble because of acquittal.

They had a difficult time driving to the restaurant because there were crowds of people in the streets. Saar was surprised because this was West Hollywood, populated mostly by gays and lesbians. Most of the crowd was made up of gay men who were protesting the verdict by writing "Guilty" on posters. They were doing graffiti, and the street was barricaded. She and her friend heard more protesting of the verdict on the radio in the restaurant.

Saar really wants to talk about how the sky looked that night. She says it was a surreal time of day, between...

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