Tonight's special guest is Terrance Tykeem from Philadelphia, PA, a former NFL player, singer, author, and philanthropist, who's also a returning NAASCA family member. His recently produced feature film is now scheduled to be screened around the country. "Touched" details how child sexual abuse not only affects the victim but the entire family system - parents, siblings, friends of the family. Additionally Terrance has a nonprofit, the "We Stand Up Coalition" that would like to create a national memorial dedicated to survivors of child sexual abuse. An author, singer, songwriter, producer, and businessman, Terrance Tykeem was born in Atlanta, Georgia, spending equal time between Atlanta and Philadelphia, before becoming an NFL walk-on. Unfortunately, due to injury his dream of playing in the NFL was short lived. He deftly transitioned from pro-athlete into a career in the entertainment industry. In recent years he has shifted to more philanthropic endeavors working with youth afflicted by abuse, specifically, victims of child sexual abuse. Terrance pulls from his own experiences of being in foster care, witnessing first hand the sexual advances on younger/weaker children. "Touched," his recently created film (and song), feature Tony Sirico, Stephen Baldwin, Mackenzie Phillips, Jaclyn Betham and many many others. The objective is to bring awareness to the International pandemic of childhood sexual abuse.
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