Crime Crisis: Jackson Man Turns Criminal Past Into Activism

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – In 1998, Terun Moore was a kid in North Jackson. He loved his family and had hoop dreams, but no one believed in them like the guys in the neighborhood.

“I get down with the gangsters or whatever because I’m loyal to these guys now, because they believed in me. It was like I had something to prove and in the daytime. I’m playing the square role, but at night, I’m another person,” he explained.

At 17 years old, his life changed forever.

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