Wind therapy behind the walls: Motorcycles inspire inmates at California prison
Pleasant Valley State Prison (PVSP) saw 100 volunteers share inspirational messages and performances on Oct. 21. Thanks to the Bill Glass Behind the Walls event, the incarcerated population also enjoyed a display of 20 motorcycles and collector cars.
Reyna Reyna sang Tejano music while Jason Carter performed uplifting hip-hop. After their performances, each artist shared the struggles of their upbringing and how they worked to overcome challenging circumstances.
Jonathan Spinks displayed his martial art skills and spoke about the self-discipline and guidance needed to excel in the art. Spinks also thanked the Bill Glass foundation for allowing him to focus on a positive path to life.
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“The Bill Glass Behind the Walls event is the perfect blend of purpose and fun. It provides hope and inspiration to our population and also some entertaining live performances. We want to thank the many volunteers who shared their valuable life lessons during the event,” said acting Warden Tristan Lemon.