Kay Wade, social studies district curriculum leader, enjoyed watching Clark interact with Skyline students Thursday.
“I hope they get inspired by some of his work,” said Wade, “and to think in terms of how they can achieve their goals maybe through poetry, the arts, through any other way to see how he has overcome many obstacles in his community to be the success he is today.
Molly Raynor, the new Literary Arts Program manager at the Neutral Zone, said she’s hoping to use a documentary featuring Clark to inspire local teens to get involved in NZ’s spoken word program and find another platform for their voices to be heard.
A free screening of the documentary will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28 at the Neutral Zone, 310 E. Washington.
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