Andy Williams Jr., the Abolitionist, Statesman, and Social Entrepreneur who ran for President in the 2020 election. Williams grew up in a middle-class family with his father and German stepmother. After they separated, Williams strayed into gangs and a life of crime. He dropped out of school in the 9th grade. In 1990, Williams was arrested for robbery and sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections. Three months after being released from the Illinois Department of Corrections, Williams found himself back in jail charged with possession of a controlled substance, a class X felony. While awaiting trial, Williams discovered the law library and assisted in his trial defense. Less than a year after being arrested, Williams was found not guilty in a bench trial.
Once released, Williams emerged as a leader in the street organization. After embracing the new concept, Williams turned from his evil and wicked ways. By embracing the teachings of his Hebrew roots, he became a catalyst for change. Casting himself as a revolutionary, Williams filed a Freedom Suit on behalf of himself and the brothers still in the county jail. The court ruled he was unfit and sent him to a Mental Health Center. When Williams was released, he continued in the vision of his Hebrew teachings as a disciple of Yeshua while applying the principles of Growth and Development.
In 2005, the Bank of New York wrongfully foreclosed upon his family home. Williams fought the foreclosure for thirteen years. He joined the NAACP and held the office of Vice President and Chairman of Housing until launching his own advocacy group. Williams went to work for Kozar Law Office in Elmhurst, Illinois, and started growing his people's rights advocacy and empowerment group. In 2019, Williams received a patent for one of his inventions.
His passion for social justice is fueled by his personal experience and the recent suicides of his two younger brothers as well as the 2019 mass shooting in his hometown, Aurora, Illinois by his childhood friend Gary Martin. Williams is more committed than ever to making a difference. Williams, rather than shy away from the many tumultuous chapters in his life, has used them as experience and fuel for the fire in his quest for social justice. In 2019, Williams was set free from mental slavery. In 2020, based on life experience, Williams campaigned to be the 46th President of the United States. Branded as the Hood Candidate, Williams's message was simple: It's time to Restore the Neighbor back in Hood.
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