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Anita Marie Williams

Anita Marie Williams, American publishing executive, writer. Achievements include research in Uncovering pertinent data pertaining to the African Diaspora.

Background

  • Williams, Anita Marie was born on February 4, 1963 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Lawrence Trevone Bartell and Bernadia Hankerson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Africana studies, Wayne State University, 1999. Bachelor in Speech Communications, Wayne State University, 1999. Master of Arts in African-American/African History, Wayne State University, 2003.

    Career

    • Chief Executive Officer/founder Metro Detroit Intellectual Society, Detroit, since 1997. Chief Executive Officer AfricanPrincess0204 Public and Photos, since 1997. Founder, Chief Executive Officer Creating a Legacy for Our Sister and Daughters, since 1999.

      Columnist Gazette News, 1999—2000, My Life Time Magazine, Detroit, 2003.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in Uncovering pertinent data pertaining to the African Diaspora.

    Works

    • Author, researcher: historical biography Katherine Dunham: An African-American Cultural Icon. Photo exhibition, Eyes of the AfricanPrincess0204. Author: (photographic essay) Eyes of the AfricanPrincess0204.

      Producer: (multi-media cd) Eyes of the AfricanPrincess0204, Hankerson Family Reunion.

    Connections

    • Married Paul Thomas Williams, Junior, August 25, 1984 (deceased October 16, 1991). Children: Ebony Renee, Paul Thomas David III.
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    Born February 4, 1963
    (age 54)
    • 1999
      Wayne State University
    • 1999
      Wayne State University
    • 2003
      Wayne State University
    • 1997
      Chief Executive Officer, /founder Metro Detroit Intellectual Society
      Detroit, Michigan, United States
    • 1997
      Chief Executive Officer, AfricanPrincess0204 Public and Photos
    • 1999
      columnist Gazette News
    • 2003
      columnist Gazette News
      Detroit, Michigan, United States
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