Harlem Young Men President Drives Youth to Seminary Daily

by | Aug. 01, 2013

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When Darren Jackson, Young Men president of the Harlem 2nd Ward, New York New York Stake, moved to Manhattan to attend law school at Columbia University, he was delighted to rent an apartment with a parking stall.

He didn’t need a car, but his parents had one that wasn’t being used. They offered to send the car to New York City. Brother Jackson agreed, not knowing how he might use the car in a city best suited for public transportation.

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