In West Philly, anguish and rage fuel both protests and destruction

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Wednesday, June 3rd
Philadelphia has seen huge crowds of people demonstrating against the killing of George Floyd since the weekend. The city has also been rocked by vandalism, arson, destruction of property, and looting. In West Philadelphia, the 52nd Street corridor was just one of the areas that suffered major damage during the riots and looting over the weekend. KYW Newsradio's Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg was walking the streets of West Philadelphia during it all, talking to people about the damage and why it's happening. Among the things she found -- anger, and suspicion. Frustration, and a lot of heartbreak. And generations of people publicly grappling with anguish and rage.