What makes the InDepth Program's anti-smoking classroom presentation so unique? After the class is presented great information, which invites class participation, they are also exposed to see smoking's effects on human organs; the lungs (good and bad), the heart, the kidneys and the liver (good and bad). If the students remember nothing else, they definitely remember the human organs.
Guest speaker, actor Fitz Houston has been doing the classroom presentations since 1998 before thousands of students in various schools and school districts. His caring for young people and anger towards tobacco companies who focus on young people, is what drives Fitz and makes him passionate about the seriousness of the presentations.