(KCPW News) More than 200 kids aging out of Utah’s foster care system or who have benefited from Division of Child and Family Services programs are learning how to become independent, successful adults during a two-day summit at the University of Utah. As part of their curriculum, they’re hearing from author Sam Bracken, whose family abused and neglected him, leaving him homeless at age 15. But as KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports, Bracken uses his story to teach kids how to radically change the path they’re on.
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