"If you could save my mother's life, wouldn't you do it?"
Mike Leon-Guerrero doesn't let his viewers off easy. He wants policy makers, housing managers, and all stakeholders to understand the real impact of second-hand smoke in his story, "Treat Everyone As If they Were Your Mother"
Across the country, in Charleston, South Carolina, Brenda Bell Caffee also lost her mother to cancer caused by second hand smoke. And, like Mike, she is telling that story to motivate others to create smoke-free zones.