Michelle Williams Uses Her Voice for Autism

April 7, 2011  |  

When former Destiny’s Child member learned that her godson was diagnosed with Autism last year, the singer turned actress decided she could use her celebrity to help spread awareness about the disease.

She partnered with TERI (Training Education Research Institute), an organization devoted to improving the quality of life for children and adults living with autism and other developmental disorders. Williams has become the organization’s national spokesperson.

Go to Black Voices to get more details and see what TERI’s CEO had to say about Williams and why she is the perfect candidate for the job.

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    Good for Michelle!

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