No Barriers program helps disabled veterans through Grand Canyon expeditions

No Barriers USA is an organization that helps unleash the potential inside young people, every day folks and veterans who are disabled. This year, No Barriers Warriors is taking veterans with various disabilities on a nine day expedition through the Grand Canyon. They are looking for veterans from Arizona and a few other states. Daniel Kester, a veteran who is disabled, will join us to talk about his expedition in 2015 and how it changed his life and what he learned from it.

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Daniel Kester: Air Force Veteran and No Barriers USA

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