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Ice-T and 'the System'

February 27, 1993

Re "Ice-T Tells It Like He Is to Stanford Law Students" (Feb. 22): For Ice-T to condemn the Constitution and "the system" that has allowed him to profitably spread and publicize his poisonous message is the height of hypocrisy.

As an L.A. teacher, I am acutely aware of the negative influence that artists such as Ice-T have on kids. If Ice-T and others like him really want to help L.A., then they must exemplify love and tolerance over hate and confrontation.

KEVIN C. GLYNN

Glendale

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Saturday March 13, 1993 Home Edition Calendar Part F Page 10 Column 2 Entertainment Desk 2 inches; 42 words Type of Material: Correction
Lecture sponsor--A Feb. 27 Calendar story about a speech at Stanford University by rapper Ice-T may have implied that the appearance was sponsored by the university's law school. The speech was held at a law school auditorium but was sponsored by student groups not associated with the law school.

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