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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Justice, Swallowing the Bitterness Summary

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Justice, Swallowing the Bitterness Summary

Mrs. Young-soon Han is a former liquor store owner. Before the riots, she believed that America was "the best." She says she still believes it now that she is a victim of violence. As financial and mental turmoil continued to affect her after the riots, she began to realize that Korean immigrants had been left out of American society. She questions whether this is because they are Korean, because they do not speak English well, or because they have no politicians working for them.

Koreans are not qualified to receive welfare or food stamps. She believes that African-Americans who never worked get at least the minimum amount of money to help them survive, but Koreans get nothing. She wants to know where she can find justice. Maybe black people feel they got justice, but they got their rights by...

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