Poverty, crime, and hopelessness seem to characterize the plight of millions of Americans born and raised in inner-city neighborhoods. We often see the worst of the worst on television, but there is so much more to the story. There are men and women who actively work at the grassroots level successfully changing hundreds of young lives.
In this episode, I interview Robert Woodson, the founder of the Woodson Center and 1776 Unites about what works and what does not. Mr. Woodson shares details about his incredible life and ten lessons distilled in his forthcoming book: Lessons from the Least of These.