• Artists speak to boys through talent
By Linda Green

JaCorvis Cobbs, Jamel Jones, Jarred Dickason and LaDavion Climons hold signs that proclaimed their mission to “Talk Through Talent” in addressing youth in the Department of Juvenile Justice system. Photo by Linda Green.

Four young men addressing youth whose decisions landed them in the juvenile justice system let their talents speak as they sought to inspire through the use of the arts.
Music, sketchings and testimony dominated a Department of Juvenile Justice’s Office conference room Wednesday evening as four friends shared how music and the arts can help troubled youth make better decisions in life and can lead to positive paths.
JaCorvis Cobbs, Jamel Jones, Jarred Dickason and LaDavion Climons united on Ansley Drive to “Talk Through Talent.” They provided absolute truths to encourage boys in the juvenile justice system to work toward removing themselves from that arena through artistic and musical expression or vocation.

To read more on this story, see the Wed., May 22, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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