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Black Moms at Risk, Dark secrets about the US Healthcare System



From an early age, Bianca Dickerson Williams had a passion for the law and film making, a deep desire to impact the legal community for justice and wanting to be on the right side of it.  She pursued her passion. Bianca holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts - Radio, TV, and Film from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a J.D. degree from Western Michigan University - Thomas M. Cooley Law School and is certified in electronic evidence discovery. She has spent her career in the legal profession providing consultative subject matter expertise to clients in companies, law firms, and government agencies involved in controlling and mitigating risk, as well as a variety of legal disputes and investigations. What Bianca never imagined is that one day she would be waging her own fight for justice, publicly discussing her traumatic experience in the delivery room and a health care system that is stacked against African American and Indigenous mothers. Given Bianca’s film experience and training she took her story to the camera and created a short documentary “Black Moms At Risk” which has won numerous film festival awards and selections.  Bianca is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Inroads Inc. Alumni, and CALIBR-Executive Leadership Council. She lives in the Los Angeles area with her husband and two children who are her greatest achievements.

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