'That could've been my family ... that could've been me': Timothy Thomas' death still aches
They are fathers, sons, peers -- and in 2001, the death of Timothy Thomas left its mark on them all.
In this special podcast, WCPO 9 News senior reporter Larry Seward speaks to Black men who lived in Cincinnati during the unrest in 2001. For some, the killing that sparked the unrest hit close to home. For others, the events were a turning point. But 20 years on, has anything changed?
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