WATTS RIOTS OF 1965 - POLICE BRUTALITY Police brutally manhandle a frightened young black woman and confront and beat several young black men with night sticks during the 1965 Watts riots that lasted five days in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.
COMPUTERIZED SYSTEM IN LOS ANGELES USES SENSORS TO CONTROL TRAFFIC PROBLEMS Los Angeles works to solve traffic problems by planting electronic sensors beneath the streets at major downtown intersections as seen on a computer screen. The sensors feed information into a waiting computer and operator who then operate traffic lights remotely to correct problems with traffic flow.
Date: June 30, 1988 - COLOR Source: Video: DV Length: 00:00:19:00, No Audio
WATTS RIOTS OF 1965 - THE AFTERMATH The aftermath of the 1965 Watts race riots leaves a ghost town of burned out buildings and abandoned cars being looked over by riot police. A lone mannequin sits on the curb of a rubble-strewn sidewalk.
WATTS RIOTS OF 1965 - DEAD MAN A police officer rolls the lifeless body of a badly beaten young black man on to his back who has been killed in the 1965 Watts riots over and checks to see if the man is alive. Thirty four people were killed and over a thousand injured during the five day riots.
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