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“2020: The Year That Revealed Us” from the Cincinnati Enquirer

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In this 50-minute documentary, 25 reporters and photographers at the Cincinnati Enquirer delved into the private worlds of more than two dozen local people, talking to them repeatedly throughout the months that seemed, almost inexplicably, filled with daily boredom and rampant disruption.

AMANDA ROSSMANN, MEG VOGEL, DAN HORN, AMY WILSON, CARA OWSLEY, ALBERT CESARE, KAREEM ELGAZZAR, LIZ DUFOUR, SAM GREENE AND MICHAEL NYERGES, CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

“2020: The Year That Revealed Us” chronicles the events as they began to unfold in early March through the summer of upheaval, through the divisive fall election and into the months of mounting death from a virus that many thought wouldn’t last.

Among those we spoke with are Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, Rev. Damon Lynch, restauranteur Jeff Ruby and his daughter Britney, Cincinnati Reds catcher Tucker Barnhart, a funeral home director, a police officer, protesters and a 7-year-old girl. 

In the end, what felt like a year was more like an unmasking. It revealed what we can depend upon to sustain us. What matters to us.

And what does not.

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