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Tawana unarmed and dangerous

Tawana Williams is a powerful African American woman. Born without arms, she has a powerful and uplifting message for people of all walks of life. Her compelling story is one of triumph, perseverance, and determination. She has overcome many obstacles, and has never let her disability stop her. Tawana has many gifts and a long list of accomplishments.

She’s an author, an artist, entrepreneur, poet, vocalist, wife, mother, mentor, and CEO of Tawana Williams Outreach, Inc. a non-profit organization. She became a professional speaker in 1996. Tawana is the Author of “I’m Different, But I Can” a children’s book about being different, and “Unarmed But Dangerous”, The Tawana Williams story of Relentless struggle and Ultimate Victory.

Tawana was a guest on the Jerry Springer Show in 1993 (Beating the Odds). In 2005, she was a guest on the Judge Hatchett Show, as a Mentor. She’s had phone interviews with Oprah and The Montel Williams Show. In 2007, Tawana and her husband Toby were featured in Homes of Color Magazine, Hope for Women Magazine, and Epitome Magazine.

She produced her own Radio Show that was syndicated in more than a million households in Memphis & Nashville, Tenn. In January 2008, she and Toby were guest’s on the world-wide Television broadcast TCT-ALIVE, and The Kim Jacobs Talk Show on The Word Network.

In March 2008, she received the True Servant Award at the Agape Awards Ceremony. She appeared on The Balancing Act Talk Show on Lifetime TV in March 2010, and has countless Awards, Appearances, Certificates, and Newspaper articles.

An amazing woman and a real inspiration to us all.

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