The IF Project - July 15, 2011

Saturday, July 16, 2011

We profile a unique rehabilitation program at our state's prison for women.

About the Episode

Inmates at the Washington Corrections Center for Women answer the question posted by Detective Kim Bogucki, “If there was something someone could have said or done that would have changed the path that led you here, what would it have been?”

The hope and belief of the IF Project is that through their voices and writings, a documentary, interactive website, and class presentations will be created to reach and educate both youth and adults.

Also in this episode: The Urban League of Seattle has struggled with recent financial scandals and layoffs after President James Kelly stepped down in January, 2011. In the wake of these crises, the league’s board has called its former president back to help the organization get back on its feet. Enrique talks with returning president James Kelly and Wayne Porter, Chairman of the Urban League Board, about their plans to restructure the chapter.

Chapter 1: The If Project

Chapter 2: Urban League of Seattle

Chapter 3: Measuring Happiness

Chapter 4: Bertha Knight Landes

Watch Full Episode

Related Links:

Visit the IF Project website

Visit the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle's website

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