PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A locally-produced film is exploring societal wounds and sharing stories and visions of the future. “Walk In My Shoes” is a project concentrating on the relationship between the community and police department.
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It was created a few years ago in the performing style known as spoken word.
Even today, its message is loud and clear.
The film is only 63 minutes long, but its mission is to last a lifetime.Multi-Vehicle Crash In Upper Macungie Township Sends 10 People To Hospital
Watch Ukee Washington’s video above for more on “Walk In My Shoes.”