Northeast Woman: South Scranton activist fights for others’ rights

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The South Scranton resident, 27, grew up an outdoorsy kid in Dunmore and dreamed of becoming a veterinarian one day.
“I feel if I’m capable and have the ability to do it, it’s important to help other people,” she said.
Through one of her coworkers, Williams helped establish the Northeast Pennsylvania chapter of the National Organization for Women, which supports women in a variety of ways.
Williams’ father was diagnosed with the disorder in 1983 after he was struck by a car piloted by a drunk driver.
Even so, he continues to fight for his independence in living as normal a life as possible.
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