Name: Randy T Clarke
Facebook: Rclar Productions
Kids: 1; 17 month old named Jodye
City you live in: Tempe Arizona
A typical day in my life includes…
Playing around and watching documentaries with my son. At night is when I work on my company’s projects. Sometimes I assist Rev. Jarrett Maupin with his activities.
I was born… June 2nd 1994 in Newark New Jersey.
My favorite thing about Arizona…the weather and its nature!
I’m listening to… The New Abnormal Album By The Strokes
Is mostly in New York City, Jamaica, Florida, and New Jersey. Here in Arizona is just my twin brother and our sons!
If I could have dinner with anyone, it would be… Julian Casablancas.
One thing I cannot live without… my son Jodye.
When I was younger, I wanted to be… a journalist.
I’m inspired by… migrant workers.
The one person who motivates me is… my twin brother Ryan.
If I could change anything in the world, it would be…
The legalization of cannabis and more comprehensive reform of criminal justice.
The perfect day would be…
Making a huge and positive difference in someone’s day.
My first job was…at McDonald’s.
My favorite escape… New York F*cking City.
Is definitely abnormal
I’m currently working on…
My physical appearance, my mental health, and my production skills.
Always…say “thank you.”
Never… hold grudges.
“The world is run by those who show up.” -Robert B Johnson, Engineer
Make enough money to not constantly worry about bills and use much of that capital to help and improve the lives of others.
My Pet Peeve(s)… Political Extremism.
More About Randy Clarke:
Randy Clarke is a 26-year-old father of one who recently graduated with a double major in Communication / Political science from Arizona State University.
During his time in COVID-19 quarantine, which was also around the time his studies were concluding, he founded media production company Rclar Productions. Three months in, Randy has already produced content on Youtube, live-streamed two protests, and created a platform where he encourages individuals to seek inspiration, knowledge, and perspective from his content.
Randy is well known for being on the receiving end of a racial tirade from then- CEO of a company while driving him on a Uber ride; this story gained national attention, which resulted in conversations on race in America as well as Uber’s complicity when handling driver’s concerns.
The two men eventually met and publicly reconciled.
Randy is eager to get back behind the wheel and complete many more uber rides once the COVID-19 Pandemic becomes a thing of the past.