Name: DONOVAN DAVID CLARK
Intake/Release Date: 2/17/2000; Life
“As a child my parents made sure that I was brought up in a inclusive and loving atmosphere. My neighborhood was mixed, the schools I attended had students from various racial, religious, and economic backgrounds, and not to mention the racial diversity among my own friends and family.
I was fortunate I never had to deal with any sort of overt racism or discrimination while growing up. It wasn’t until I came to prison that I began to witness the erroneous “supremacist” mentality on full display.
I just figured it was because of the environment I was in. But I soon realized that guys were just afraid and did what they tought was right in order to survive.
From the very beginning I vowed to never allow this abnormal environment to pervert the Divine Principles my parents instilled in me as a child.
I truly believe that the only way to dispel the false beliefs of one race being superior and another race inferior, is through education, compassion, and love.
DONOVAN DAVID CLARK #A390726
3791 St.Rt 63
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Categories: Donovan Clark
Hi cuz I haven’t seen you in along time I have four kids now there names are Eddie his 30 Tamala she is 28 Iverson his 24 and last is cherae she is 16 me I’m 50 I promise mac mac and uncle Preston that I was going to look you u I love you cus it’s me lisa pope I wish you were here to be in my wedding I miss you alot and yes I ask about you alot but I have read what you are doing keep up the good work I remember the child good and the people next door you u look good now while keep up the word and in the words of your late uncle jr don’t for get to pray
I’m sorry life turned you down a road that led you to be incarcerated. May you be blessed from today forward!