David Adefeso Heads Back To Little Rock, Arkansas

David Adefeso Heads Back To Little Rock, Arkansas
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David Adefeso is heading back to Little Rock. check out the message he shared.

'At the airline club lounge at LAX. It’s dead quiet out here at 5am,' David said.

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'Heading back to Little Rock, Arkansas — I can’t seem to stay away from this big little city in the Heartland of America. Why? Because many parts of Arkansas are part of the conflagration of what I call “the cities America left behind”,' David continued.

'With an 85% Black and 8% Hispanic population, per capital income of $23,000, rampant food insecurity, and an overwhelming number of transitional (socially responsible word for homeless) children, Central Arkansas and the Delta Region are Ground Zero in @sootchyapp and my efforts to help lift our people out of the generational cycle of poverty many are stuck in; and in the process work towards healing the disparity of wealth — particularly the egregiously large and ever increasing racial disparity of wealth in America,' David said.

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Someone said: 'Aww you seem like such a good caring person. God Bless you and I love looking at you😍…so handsome!!' and one other follower said: 'Good job Sir Dav👏. May God continue to strengthen u Amen🙏🏽.'

A follower said: 'So inspiring! Keep up the great work you are doing on behalf of our kids and one follower said: 'Continue the journey, chosen just for you David. Just as you have been chosen, they that gravitate, will also be chosen. God's Love will forever lead you to where you should be, and it is BEST for you. #chosen.'

Someone said: '@david.adefeso 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽Good job bro.. Never been there tho… what part of Arkansas is nice to visit?' and one fan said: '@david.adefeso I would like for my husband to meet you, he’s also Nigerian, we’re in Arkansas.'

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