Stories and experiences covering the protests in Cincinnati
WCPO reporters discuss their experiences and stories from covering the protests and their effects on the city of Cincinnati.
- Local tattoo artist arrested with protesters, despite not being involved
- Religious leaders, activists gather in Washington Park to discuss policy change
- Wednesday protests peaceful, full of dialogue with officers, protesters
- Bond Hill teacher marches against police brutality, carrying her students' words
- Some protesters arrested in Cincinnati say they were denied food, water for 10 hours
- Deputies deny protesters' claims about harsh treatment, being held without food or water
Protests against police brutality have emerged in cities across America following the death of George Floyd, including in Cincinnati.
Hear Cincinnati podcast host Brian Niesz is joined by WCPO reporters Kristen Swilley and Josh Bazan to talk about covering the protests and their effects on the city.
WCPO reporters Larry Seward and Paolo Suro join to discuss why arrestees were held outside overnight and address reports that arrestees were deprived of food and water while detained.
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