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Jane Fonda’s Adopted Daughter, Mary Williams, Shares Her Extraordinary Life Story April 9, 2013 – 9:53 AM – 4 Comments By Parade Parade @parademagazine
Mary was born on October 13, 1967, to Mary and Randy Williams, both Black Panthers, and spent her early years in a Panther commune in Oakland. By the time she was four, her father was in Soledad
Apr 15, 2013 · When Troy Garity was 12 years old, his mother, Jane Fonda, welcomed 14-year-old Mary Williams into their home. Garity’s newly adopted African-American sister seemed to fit in seamlessly — …
When Mary Williams first went clothes shopping with her mother’s credit card at the Santa Monica branch of Fred Segal, a retail haunt of Hollywood celebrities, she thought the assistants would tell her “to get out or we’ll call the cops”.
Jun 26, 2014 · At 14, Mary Williams moved from the poverty-stricken streets of East Oakland, California, to Jane Fonda’s hacienda in Santa Monica, California, becoming the adopted daughter many people didn’t
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At 14, Mary Williams moved from the poverty-scathed streets of East Oakland to Jane Fonda’s hacienda in Santa Monica. Decades later, Williams returns home to find out if blood really is thicker than water.
Mary was the fifth daughter of Randy and Mary Williams who were both active in the as Black Panthers in the civil rights movement in the 1970’s, She attended a children’s camp started by Jane Fonda and began a friendship that culminated in the actress unofficially adopting her in her mid-teens.
Apr 16, 2013 · Mary Williams Tells Black Panther Stories & Speaks on Jane Fonda Relationship on Sway in the Morning SWAY’S UNIVERSE. Loading Unsubscribe from SWAY’S UNIVERSE?