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Topic: A Mother's Love

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Lorrain Taylor is Founder/CEO of 1000 Mothers to Prevent Violence. She founded the organization in response to the tragic murders of her 22 year old twin sons (at the same time) on February 8, 2000 in the City of Oakland. A community organizer/activist, Lorrain serves as an Advisor to the Oakland Police Department. In 2013, her nonprofit, 1000 Mothers to Prevent Violence was featured community based organization at OPD Open House. A prayer warrior and renown gospel recording artist, she has recorded 2 CD and has written over 25 songs. . She has received numerous awards and honors including ABC 7 TV Profiles of Excellence, The Oakland A's Bullpen Relief Award, The Bay Area Jefferson Award, Legal Community Against Violence Distinguished Leadership Award. A community crusader, Lorrain was named by Ebony Magazine as one of the 100 most influential African Americans in the USA (2013) along with Oprah Winfrey, TD Jakes, Magic Johnson and other prominent Americans. She holds a BPA, MHROD, Nonprofit Management Certificate and MSW (candidate). 

Author Sharnel Williams, born and raise in Newark, NJ. I'm a wife, mother, grandma and writer. I have 2 non-fiction books out. My first book is called "What Do A Mother Do? The Shakil Williams Story"! My second non-fiction is called "A Mother's Worst Nightmare, Read Our Story, Share Our Angels" and I have a co-author name Nicole Martin who wrote this book with me. My 3rd book is a fiction book called "I'm Black, He's White coming soon. I'm working on several of things. Like starting my own non-profit organization to help families & kids with childhood cancer. My goal, is to have Tyler Perry, turn my first book into a movie.

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