Three years and more than 5,000 computers later, the Connected Tennessee Computers 4 Kids (C4K) program has made an impact on the lives of the state’s most disadvantaged youth by providing them with the tools to succeed in today’s technological society. This video highlights the journey of former C4K program participant Kanesha Johnson and offers testimonials from Tennessee Department of Children’s Services Commissioner James Henry and Juvenile Court Judge Tim Irwin.
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