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Vic Mensa Shares How His Clash With Police Moved Him To Vote

After dash-cam video footage of Laquan McDonald’s shooting was finally released to the public in 2015 ? more than a year after the 17-year-old died at the hands of police ? rapper Vic Mensa took to the streets of Chicago in protest. Now, with the 2016 election weeks away, the southside Chicago native is looking back on the moment and how it pushed him to get engaged with local politics.
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