Genocide Survivors Traumatized by Looters Don't Want Their Story to be Forgotten
The nationwide demonstrations in the U.S. protesting the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have also been accompanied in some instances by looting and vandalism. In one immigrant community near Los Angeles, residents are angry and fearful after seeing their livelihoods destroyed in just one night. This latest experience brings back painful memories of the past. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee has more from Cambodia Town in Long Beach, California. VOA Khmer's Leakhena Sreng narrates.