How Education Gave This Former Prisoner a Second Chance | Gateways
How Education Gave This Former Prisoner a Second Chance | Gateways

43 thoughts on “How Education Gave This Former Prisoner a Second Chance | Gateways”

  1. Amábile Prá says:

    Simply amazing

  2. Alina Ungureanu says:

    Thank you Terrance and Soul Pancake! what a great series,very eye opening and touching !

  3. eelliee93 says:

    A truly amazing series! Something different, I really enjoyed it

  4. Yasemin BAHAR says:

    Very well-put and eye-opening.

  5. Carrie O`Neal says:

    Congratulations Terrance on all your amazing accomplishments. You are a force that drives change. Keep speaking out and making your dreams come true. Young people need you.

  6. ThisMidgetSings says:

    why is this unlisted?

  7. B Ochoa says:

    Thank you for this

  8. Damon Kain says:

    i actually forgot about this, but he and other people came to my school years ago and it was so impactful hearing their story

  9. YMG_ FBA says:

    Am can i have a like because i want one.

  10. P A B says:

    Love the fact that its true

  11. Grominblix says:

    3rd re-upload?

  12. Diana K. says:

    Get uncomfortable thats where success and thriving begins

  13. Pi2z says:

    Maybe don't do anything illegal?????

  14. R E A says:

    Many countries (not the US) consider education being more efficient than incarceration. In Iceland the government wanted to get rid of juvenile alcoholism so they provided kid to with more gym and classes and not with more laws and restriction. Slovenia has one of the best school system in Europe.

    Thanks to their education those two countries have the lowest crime rates in Europe (with Norway).

    Education rocks, thank you SoulPancake and Terrance Turner!

  15. ortem000 says:

    More power to you Terrance. More power to you…

  16. Ameera says:

    Best video you guys have done. I’m very passionate about this. I was incarcerated most of my teenage life and to have had something like this would have been amazing.

  17. Mohd Razee Salleh says:

    Achingly hopeful.

  18. mattcrawfish says:

    Eagerly waiting for your Phillip video

  19. p s says:

    How inspirational. ❤

  20. Thekra Slaman says:

    Amazing series ♥️

  21. GrindDaily25/8 says:

    Tacoma home sweet home

  22. JÖYの貓 says:

    His art is already pretty soulful. Where can I get a copy of his book ?

  23. chuku531 says:

    Proud to have watched this piece

  24. Miriam I. says:


  25. Yovani V says:

    What a great speaker and leader. This guy is definitely going places

  26. Elizabeth Meilijson says:

    This is the importance of not only incarcerate people, but giving them the chance to turn their lives around. Everybody deserves a second chance.

  27. Y3Denied Gaming says:

    Life is like an arrow, you get pulled back further and further, until one time, the hand frees the arrow, it then will fly into greater wonders and happiness

    No matter what life does to you, it's in your power to decide what your next choice will be

  28. Carena Smith says:

    This is very interesting. I am a new subscriber. I received my degree I. criminal justice because I have a passion for juvenile justice! I pray one day I working with the juvenile justice system one day! 🙏🏾🙏🏾 education is very important to the rehabilitation of youths because it reduces the recidivism rate. In instead of just sent youths to prison or jail for punishment sake, education programs should be offer in prisons and juvenile detention centers. So when prisoners come out of jail they can be equipped with skills that can assist them to stay out of prison. However I do believe children do not need to be jailed, they need education! Education is their second chance!

  29. XaishaX says:

    “A kid is still a kid. Kids don’t need to be jailed, they need to be educated, loved, & protected..” 🙌🏾

  30. Jo Jo says:

    Maaan I Love all these videos!❤👌

  31. Keri-Anne Finn says:

    Love you Terrence. Keep being such a wonderful inspiration. Our truth speaks to our youth!

  32. eugene's ak says:

    Ay terrace save some pussy for us

  33. yungbarchette says:

    a very beautiful growth. amazing to watch these kind of things <3

  34. Adriana says:

    I fw this channel

  35. LaceMebae says:

    is there a way to get in touch with him for spoken word collabs?

  36. Leandro Escobar says:

    I can see my work in the port of Tacoma! LOL

  37. Carlos Joel Salazar says:

    He’s my favorite of this show

  38. Kelly Dolin says:

    God BLESS you Terrance! Thank you soul pancake. My son is 3 1/2 into his 5 yrs at Green Hill. These are the real life story's that the incarcerated kids NEED to see. More positive less negative in their very basic lives.

  39. Lucifer Morningstar says:

    " Prevention not intervention "
    (☞゚ヮ゚)☞ ☜(゚ヮ゚☜)

  40. Blackanese Babe says:

    253 ✊🏾I’d like to volunteer with this guy!! What was this studio …I never heard of it 🤷🏽‍♀️

  41. Mybillionairekicks Mybillionairekicks says:

    He a Criminal

  42. Rumple Stiltskin says:

    Might as well teach them in prison. The public school system is sure as hell not doing it.

  43. california living says:

    My hometown dang i miss tacoma

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *