After a major push, voter registration in Philadelphia hit a 35-year high this election cycle. But with William Wallace Jr.’s death by police shooting weighing heavily on the Black community, local leaders are urging voters not to give in to disillusionment, and get out the vote. Christopher Booker reports as part of our ongoing series: Chasing the Dream: Poverty, Opportunity and Justice in America.
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