It's been 30 years since white Los Angeles police officers brutally beat Rodney King, a Black man, after a traffic stop.
The images were caught on camera and shook the country.
The police officers involved were later acquitted, leading to one of the most violent race riots in modern U.S. history.
The "1992 Los Angeles Riots" are still considered a critical turning point in police accountability and racial injustice — issues that are still part of today's national debate in the United States.
CGTN correspondent Ediz Tiyansan takes us to that day.