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Rashan Anderson

Updated: Feb 22, 2021

"My father was my most important role model. He was a man of cloth who spent each morning on his knees in prayer. He loved his family, extended family and community. He was an advocate of education, financial literacy and entrepreneurship. I am honored to be part of the WWA foundation to continue his vision and support his legacy of black empowerment."

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"Mr. Willie Anderson’s longstanding commitment to higher education and business development are cornerstones of a progressive community and align with my core values. I am proud to serve as a board me

Ronnie Cobb

"There are truly no words to express my gratitude for the impact Mr. Anderson had on my life. His words of support still resonate in my ears and moves me to want to do all I can to ensure his namesake

Darol Terry

"Many young black men growing up in America have faced challenges. These young men have never had anyone make them feel welcomed, valued, loved or supported. Willie Wee Anderson was this person to me


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