Nadarius Clark

Nadarius Clark

Virginia House, District 79, VA

Coming from a military family with a background in business entrepreneurship, Nadarius is a progressive community activist and organizer in the 79th district. Born in Norfolk and raised in Portsmouth, Nadarius has deep roots in Hampton Roads and has been a strong advocate for education investments, green infrastructure, and racial justice his entire career.

In 2016, after a KKK march disrupted classes at his HBCU in Richmond, Nadarius co-founded the charter chapter of Generation Now Network, an organization committed to faith based activism, advocacy, and education.

As a student leader at the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference in 2017, Nadarius rallied with leaders of the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Strike and he went on to lobby in Washington D.C. for comprehensive expansion to Medicare and Medicaid.