Times they are a-changin’.
“What Had Happened Was” podcast host Amelia Robinson sat down virtually with Dayton Daily News reporters Sarah Franks and Cory Frolik.
As part of this episode, they dive into what happened during protests in Dayton sparked by the slaying of George Floyd by Minneapolis police.
The three discuss what they heard, saw and felt on the frontline of the protests and what it might mean to police reform in Dayton.
This episode contains audio recorded during Dayton protests that may not be appropriate for all audiences.
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