LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Twenty years after the L.A. riots, KCAL9 News is taking a look at the people and organizations that have addressed the civil unrest that catalyzed that event.

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The Advancement Project was created in response to the riots and has been a major force behind LAPD police reform.

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Connie Rice, who works with The Advancement Project, is credited as the architect of the City’s Gang Reduction Youth Development Program.

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Rice spoke with KCAL9 News about the evolution of community/police relations since the riots and what lessons the city of Los Angeles has learned during that process.