Incarcerated at age 12 in Texas and sentenced to a 30 year prison sentence, Terrence Sampson survived a near fatal stabbing in prison, drug addiction and gang involvement. With the support and love of his family he earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree while incarcerated and wrote two books while in prison. Released after 29 years in prison, Terrence is a new father and works with incarcerated youth and at risk youth. Terrence will join us this week on Prison Pipeline to discuss youth incarceration, the power of family support, racism in the prison system and his work to help juvenile offenders. Please join us for this moving part one interview on Monday, January 6th at 6:30pm on KBOO community radio.
Prison Pipeline is a radio program dedicated to educating the public about the Oregon criminal justice system. Our goal is to present a unique understanding of the criminal justice system, address the root causes of crime, and challenge the status quo. We seek to promote awareness and activism in order to foster a safe, healthy, and just society.Tune in every Monday at 6:30 P.M. to hear our hosts Karen James, Adam Carpinelli, Amy Johnson, Emma Lugo, Doug McVay and Isabelle Sinclar explore the Oregon justice system with a variety of guests.
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