Along the Tracks: Jamal Clarke

Along the Tracks, tells the story of Jamal Clarke, a strong, young community leader. Jamal grew-up in the Jane and Finch community of Toronto. That’s where he created “Friends in Trouble”, to strengthen the diverse community and provide an example and inspiration for the youth.

A film by Ashley Bowes for the Digital Diversity contest
Documentary, Toronto, Ontario, 2007, 8 min 03 s

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