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#IAMRIVIERABEACH Angela Williams, Founder of M.A.M.A., Ann McNeill Artie William Ep. 122

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After reading the book ACRES OF DIAMONDS by Russell Conwell, I am convinced we are all leaving the diamond mines in our own backyards as we travel around the world looking for larger diamonds, when in fact the diamonds we seek are found within us and our hometown, from whence we came. Therefore, we are calling the podcast, #IAMRIVIERABEACH.  
Today's Guest: Angela Williams

Angela Latoya Williams, born and raised in Riviera Beach, Florida, grew up as the youngest of ten siblings. She has three children, four grandchildren and worked for the Palm Beach County school board for several years. As a young adult, Angela recognized a need in the community and organized an annual school supply drive, benefiting Riviera Beach children. In 2003, Angela’s life changed when her nephew, Torrey Manuel, was killed by a senseless act of violence. Having grieved with her family and watched her sister suffer the loss of a precious son; Angela decided to do something positive. She wanted not only to assist other families suffering from tragedy, but to help prevent these tragedies from occurring in the first place. Through strength, determination, and a desire to make change, MAMA was born. MAMA, short for Mothers  Against Murderers Association Inc. is a charitable organization founded by Angela, in memory of her nephew Torrey. MAMA’s mission is to positively impact the community by providing support for the families of victims, informing the community about the long-term effects of violence, and voicing the need for change to others.

Connect with Ms. Williams: 561-324-3701

Call into the podcast dial 661-554-9219. Join me Ann McNeill, and co-host Dan Callaway 561-531-9184 or 561-848-4991 as we discuss the history, the present, and the future of our great city. Any questions or comments you can reach Ann McNeill at 786-546-0184

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