It is surprising if no one else researches this era. The answers are tragic. Here is my favorite question.
“If Black America was one of the your celebrity clients, what advice would you give them after a week that included the Zimmerman trial, Paula Deen and the Supreme Court’s decision to gut a major provision of the Voting Rights Act?”
Dyana Williams wears a variety of hats. The celebrity strategist and ambassadress of Black music, who has worked with Rihanna, T.I. Fantasia, Erykah Badu, Faith Evans, Justin Bieber, Mary Mary and many others, is also an in-demand speaker, MC and the host of Old School 100.3’s “Soulful Sunday” radio program. Williams also ran an international music foundation and has been in radio over four decades. Given her wealth of experience in the entertainment world, as well as her skills managing celebrities through crisis, (you may have seen her recent appearance on “Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta” advising embattled singer K. Michelle ) we caught up with her to ask her about one of the toughest weeks ever for Black folks this year. Here’s what she had to say.
If Black America was one of the your celebrity clients, what advice would you give them after a week that included the Zimmerman…
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