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Lewis, Linda

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Linda Lewis is a native of Brooklyn, New York and has been a resident of Philadelphia for the past 29 years.  Her long standing love for African American history began at an early age as she had a thirst of knowledge of her heritage.  She is the Senior Advisor of Philadelphia Youth Action, Inc. (, a student-led non-profit that inspires youth to lead and provides them with the resources and support to serve their communities.  She is a dedicated and passionate community volunteer and received the 2005 Volunteer Award from the Tavis Smiley Foundation.  Ms. Lewis is a member of Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church where she serves on the Cancer Survivors and Support Ministry.  She is the mother of two adult daughters and two precious grandchildren.
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