LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville's string of sometimes-violent protests over the last five days are not only about Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and David McAtee.

"Some people get lost in why this happening. People who were hurt and frustrated and tired of being oppressed just exploded into the city streets," WDRB anchor and reporter Gilbert Corsey says on the latest episode of Uncovered, our news podcast.


WDRB anchor Gilbert Corsey interviews Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer in February 2019.

Corsey details how protests escalated last week and over the weekend and explains how to view these events in the proper context. He also talks about balancing his identity as a black man and his role as a dispassionate journalist focused on the facts. 

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