Eagles Corey Clement Visits Glassboro Schools During Black History Month

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GLASSBORO, N.J. -

Eagles Running Back Corey Clement visited his hometown of Glassboro to inspire children during Black History Month.

Clement visited Glassboro High School on February 21st as the closing speaker for the schools Black History Month Celebration and told the students not to wait to pursue their dreams, and to treat others fairly.

The celebration also featured keynote speaker Ansa B. Yiadom, a 1997 GHS graduate; students speakers and dancers; the GHS Orchestra and the GHS Choir.

Yiadom is a commercial strategy leader for Pfizer and the chairperson Pfizer’s African American Leadership Network. The event was organized by the high school’s Black Culture Club and advisers Karmin Humes, Melody Olaye and Regina Campbell.

He also visited Thomas E. Bowe School as a surprise guest reader on February 25th during the school’s African American Read-In. Clement read We Shall Overcome: The Story of a Song to the whole school.

Clement attended Thomas E. Bowe School and graduated from Glassboro High School 2013.

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