Y& R Actress Tonya Lee Williams talks Multi Culturalism at Pan African Film Fest

Tonya Lee Williams at Pan African Film Fest

Young and the Restless Actress Tonya Lee Williams(Olivia Winters) showed her support for the Pan African Festival on Wednesday February 10, 2010 World Premiere of Blood Done Sign My Name at the Pan African Film Festival.  She shared with MCCN that she has been attending the event for years.

Williams is also the founder of the Reel World Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.  Her film festival is a non profit charity.  William says, ” The festival is about creating more exposure for people of color. ”   Many Aboriginal, Asian, Latino, Middle Eastern and Black.  Her personal life reflects multi-culturalism, born in London growing up in England and Toronto.  At age 18, she was named Miss Black Ontario.
 
Food
When asked about her favorite food William shared about her Caribbean roots, “I like ackee and saltfish.  I like anything Caribbean… In Toronto there are as many Caribbean restaurants as there are McDonalds and Starbucks in America.”
by Article Crystal A. Johnson

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