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august, 2018

09augthuAntonia Williams-Gary – Reclaimed7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Event Type :Book Presentation

Antonia Williams-Gary

Event Details

Reclaimed

Reclaimed
by Antonia Williams-Gary
Mlstimpson Enterprises (2018)

Antonia is an accomplished columnist, entrepreneur, and now, author.  Antonia’s latest project, her Memoir titled Reclaimed, tells the true story of how she behaved harmfully to herself in reaction to sustained emotional abuse. Through several direct accounts of her past, Antonia helps readers understand the look of emotional abuse, the effects it can have on an individual, and her journey of towards strength and healing.

Reclaimed is the memoir of Antonia Williams-Gary, an affluent, well-educated African-American woman who struggled in silence from decades of emotional abuse, while maintaining a high profile, public marriage. It exposes the ugly truth about being trapped in a defeating cycle under her husband’s power and control, and how she reclaimed her personal power. She now lives a happy, joyous and fulfilling life.

Antonia has a rich scholarly background and is the recipient of several degrees including: Non-Profit Executive Management Graduate Certificate, Columbia University; Master of City and Regional Planning, Rutgers University; Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Marymount College.

Antonia’s professional achievements include: Executive Director of several non-profit organizations throughout South Florida; Associate Dean, Miami-Dade College, Entrepreneurial Education Center; publisher of ICABA, a directory of accomplished Blacks in South Florida; opinion columnist (South Florida Times); and owner/operator of several businesses, including her own consulting business.

In 1991, she was recognized as the National Minority Business Advocate of the Year by the US Minority Business Development Agency, in Washington, D.C.

Antonia moved to Dallas, Texas in 2014 to complete her Memoir. As a grandmother of seven, Antonia celebrates a full life and is proud to make Reclaimed a pivotal part of her legacy.

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Time

(Thursday) 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

The Wild Detectives

314 W 8th St, Oak Cliff, Dallas

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