David Adefeso shares yet another successful college event

David Adefeso shared a post on his social media account revealing another successful event he created for college students. Check out the post he shared on his social media account below.

‘Another successful college activation event at @lhaarkansas’ Flightline Campus at Little Rock Air Force Base in Jacksonville, Arkansas. There was food, games, and a free school fund for every child, with the goal of breaking our generational cycles of poverty as well as healing America’s violent inequality in wealth. The Federal Reserve Board reports that 1 in 3 black children live in poverty in America, ‘David wrote.

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He went on to say: ‘As we work to lift these 3 million black children out of poverty by working to provide every single opportunity to go to college debt free, we would be unforgivable to forget the underprivileged and underprivileged children of other races. ‘

David also wrote this:

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The Federal Reserve also reports that:

• 4.3 million Hispanic children (or 23% of all Hispanic children) live in poverty
• 3.6 million white children (or 10% of all white children) live in poverty
• 213,000 Native American children (or 30% of all Native American children) live in poverty
850,000 mixed race children (or 17% of all mixed race children) live in poverty, and
• 356,000 children from Asian / Pacific Islanders (or 10% of all children from Asian / Pacific Islanders) live in poverty. ‘

David also shared the following words: ‘Which comes up to a total of 12.4 million American children (out of 74 million children) living in poverty today. A hungry child is a hungry child. So even though black and Native Americans have a higher degree of childhood poverty (thereby requiring special attention and focus), it is important that we do everything we can to lift ALL children out of poverty, regardless of race, gender, or ethnic origin. #Endhunger #littlerock # arkansas #educatiom #kids #finance #collegefund. ‘

Someone said, ‘Love this. Thank you @ david.adefeso for everything you do for our kids, ‘and more fans praised David’a actions.

Not so long ago, David Adefeso shared a post on his social media account that has fans in awe. Check out the photo he shared that makes some of his female fans drool.

‘This pandemic father-bod is ab *. # Ch. One way, I’m going back to my normal waist 30, even though it’s taking me all of 2022. #pandemic #workout #weighttab #excercise, ‘he wrote in his post.

Someone said, ‘Please keep Dad’s body … you look’, and one commenter said, ‘Look, I hear you, but it’s hardly a dad’s body, but it’s your sense.’

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