Harold Stoute believed that the worth of one's life is measured by the impact it has on others. It was a belief rooted in the lessons he learned growing-up in Alexandra Park, a tough, inner-city neighborhood in Toronto. It was there that Harold - the kid from the "wrong-side of the tracks" -- learned the importance of giving back to one's community, of loyalty to family and friends, and the vital role that mentoring plays in the lives of kids. Harold Stoute died in the prime of his life, but his spirit continues in the lives of those he touched.
The documentary on Harold Stoute was created by Frank Faulk.
Categories: Season One
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