Blacks in Philadelphia Split over Democratic Race In Philadelphia, prominent African-Americans are split over the two Democratic presidential candidates. The division reflects both the differences between the two contenders for the nomination and the changing priorities within the city's black power structure.
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Susan Phillips of WHYY: Black Vote Splits

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Blacks in Philadelphia Split over Democratic Race

Blacks in Philadelphia Split over Democratic Race

Susan Phillips of WHYY: Black Vote Splits

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In Philadelphia, prominent African-Americans are split over the two Democratic presidential candidates. The division reflects both the differences between the two contenders for the nomination and the changing priorities within the city's black power structure.

Susan Phillips reports from member station WHYY in Philadelphia.