Part 6 | Philly D.A. | Episode 6
Season 22 Episode 18 | 55m 45s | WETA Passport
The Kensington neighborhood, plagued by the opioid crisis, is derided by local media as the "Wal-Mart of Heroin," but to Philadelphia City Councilmember Maria Quiñones-Sánchez it’s home. The D.A. favors safe injection sites. Locals are fed up. Caught in the middle, Quiñones-Sánchez arranges a town hall, but will Krasner’s brassy style backfire and undermine community support for his unorthodox pla
Aired: 05/18/21 | Expires: 06/01/24 |
Extras From This Episode
Trailer 6 | Philly D.A. | Episode 6
Preview: S22 Ep18 | 32s
The Donut King
S22 Ep22 | 1h 25m 51s
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S22 Ep13 | 58m 59s | WETA Passport
Part 2 | Philly D.A. | Episode 2
S22 Ep14 | 55m 45s | WETA Passport
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