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Latest Letters to the Editor: Los Angeles has had many reckonings with racism. Will The Times’ be any different?

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Reading the editorials and reports on the Los Angeles Times’ history of racism has brought back a flood of emotion and forced some introspection.

Yes, 80 years later, we remember L.A. Times’ support for the wrongful imprisonment of Americans of Japanese descent during World War II.

Robert Stinson, Oakland..AdvertisementTo the editor: Thank you to reporter Greg Braxton for telling his painful story of employment at the L.A. Times, and thank you as well to the L.A. Times for printing it.

AdvertisementSuzanne Darweesh, Fullerton..To the editor: Your long editorial on the L.A. Times’ history of racism was truly amazing and soul searching.

AdvertisementCynthia Freeman, Los Feliz..To the editor: Reading the articles about diversifying the Los Angeles Times took me back to 1956.

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