Take another listen to this story about positive social impact from early in the Fall. As winter sets in, we need some positive vibes.
Kids and drugs equal trouble, and it’s tough to turn that trouble into something positive. Treatment Centers apply 12-step recovery principles and demand kids become responsible for better choices. And now some kids are getting schooled in hip-hop principles to add to their recovery mix.
Join Dan and Noelle as they travel to Synergy Studio and spend time with Dee Jay Doc Harrill—hip hop producer, turntablist and concerned social innovator (http://deejaydoc.com/). They get an earful about his work with troubled youth, quest for neighborhood unity and belief in the power of scratching records as a tool for saving lives.
Aired on December 01, 2011
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