Zarkhi "The Vision" talks to NBC about growing up and aging out of the foster care system

Pasadena, Ca artist Zarkhi “The Vision” Palmer speaks to NBC about growing up in the foster care system since the early age of four. Homeless at 18, Zarkhi still had ‘The Vision’ to succeed in today’s world. With countless budget cuts aimed at the foster care system, Zarkhi manages to make a way. He’s been blessed with assistance that helped him get admitted into University of Southern California and is now able to pursue his education and work on his craft. Zarkhi even gives us a little freestyle in the video and he explains how a lady named Simone Friedman changed his life.
http://media.nbclosangeles.com/assets/pdk449/pdk/swf/flvPlayer.swf?pid=ef0W4141066L

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