Blanca M. Vargas, League United of Latin American Citizens discusses their goal of improving lives of Latinos. 77% of Latinos don't' attend college because of the cost and they help raise scholarship money to help them.
Host Candace Kelley talks with Cornelius Johnson, Councilman, Harrisburg, PA, about improving community policing and bodycams, at the recent Pennsylvania Municipal League Annual Summit. www.harrisburgpa.gov
The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago or RIC) has been named the #1 rehabilitation facility in the U.S. for the past 27 consecutive years, as ranked by US News & World Report. The hospital aims to Advance Human Ability - to be the leading source of science-driven breakthroughs in Human Ability. Derek Daniels manages the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab's Adaptive Sports Program, one of the hospital's many community-based Quality of Life Programs, which helps introduce youth and adults with a primary physical disability to the social and physical fitness outcomes of participating in competitive and recreational adaptive sports activities. The program features a great variety of year-round sports and recreation opportunities such as sled hockey, handcycling, wheelchair rugby and basketball, and golf. The program engages athletes of all skill levels, from those interested in learning a new sport to athletes wishing to hone their craft for elite-level competition in the Paralympic Games. The majority of participants join teams at the recreational level, and compete in local and regional competitions.