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A Measure of Truth 26 Re-airing

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Measure of Truth 26 Marni M. Williams, Esquire defied all odds as a teenage mother when she graduated from Penn State University with a B.A. in Social and Behavioral Sciences. She later graduated from Temple School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree and practiced in the areas of corporate and commercial litigation, human resources, stock transactions and contracts. In June of 2002, Marni started a publishing company and released her first book, My Little Book of Poetry: Marni Speaks, Marni Seeks Truth as a one of a kind, limited edition collection. As one of the winners of the Power 99 Def Poetry Contest for her poem, Idolatry, she launched her spoken word debut on the air at the Philadelphia radio station, Power 99 FM on July 7, 2002. She released her poetry book in paperback in February, 2003 and has shared her poetry throughout the Delaware Valley and beyond, including Georgia, Florida, Washington, D.C. and California at various venues such as churches, comedy shows, community events, private affairs, colleges, radio stations, poetry events and other venues. Responding to requests from readers, Marni released her first poetry CD entitled, Marni Speaks, Marni Seeks Truth: The CD in July, 2003. Marni has devoted her life to the submission of God’s will in using her testimony to inspire others. She speaks regularly as a keynote speaker, poet and workshop facilitator at churches and special events. Marni was a member of the Faith Based Literary Extravaganza team and has volunteered her testimony and services to organizations such as At The Well Ministries, Save the Seed, Inc, Delaware Adolescent Program, Inc., and shelters, among others. For 10 years Marni visited her alma mater’s Black Law School Students’ Association Scholarship banquet annually to give a book scholarship to a single law school student.