Justin Clark

Simon Barry Human Kind Podcast

Today I'm joined by Simon Barry Operations wizard and business strategist who has worked with some of the biggest startups across the world. Discussing topics surrounding the evolution of business practices, and leadership in 21st century. Find him online @eggwhisk  Or check out his website – simonbarry.tv
  1. Simon Barry
  2. Geoff Burch
  3. Justin Clark
  4. Kavin Wadhar
  5. Divine Lee Arts

People come in all shapes, sizes, colors and hues.

This is not news.

What is news apparently, is our ability to transcend these divisions and reunify under the banner of one humanity.

One love.

Unfortunately, we’re not there yet.

The original sins from slavery to Jim Crow still go unaccounted for, and African Americans often find themselves on the outside looking in when it comes to making decisions about their own lives or consolidating any sort of power within the political systems of today.

In this episode of Human Kind, I rewind to a previous conversation I had with my brother Justin Clark.

If you dont know him, you should. A thoughtful and insightful black man with perspectives that frankly deserve more attention.

We spoke of issues like reparations, but also spoke to the reality of a Black America divorced from external hopes, and reconnected to the true fire inside.

That truth?

We don’t need reparation… not really.

We just need ourselves.

Obviously, this is just my opinion. If you’d like to hear Justin’s, and maybe even form your own opinion on the matter – check out episode 5 of Human Kind (Spotify link)


Justin Clark. Black man, thinker, human being.

Top Books:

Between the World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates

Think and Grow Rich, Napolean Hill

Top Quotes:

“If you can face it, you can bear it. If you can bear it, you can change it. If you lie about it, that’s the End.”

James Baldwin

“Nothing that life has to offer is worth the price of worry.”

Napolean Hill

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I like big ideas and I cannot lie.

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