How faith-based groups are protecting people from the heat
As the heat wears on, people are getting cranky. But there are very serious implications for those who cannot afford air conditioning, or don't have a safe place indoors.
The Rev. Katie Sexton-Wood is executive director of the Arizona Faith Network, a local nonprofit interfaith organization committed to civil discourse — and protecting the safety of vulnerable people.
She joined The Show to discuss AFN's efforts to create faith-based cooling centers during this extreme heat wave.