educational services and consultations

United States
Dr. Patricia Williams Diaw.
114 Park Avenue. Suite 1B
Swarthmore, Pennslyvania  19081
U.S. Telephone Number 484 983 2340
In West Africa
Afia Complex:, Third Floor
310 Cices Foire
Dakar Senegal
International Telephone Number 001 76 466 0584

Two Smiles Salutes Charles Ananda Barrow

2013, Masters of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, Honors

(Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, PA.)

2014, Probation Officer

(City of West Chester; PA.)

2015, U. S. Federal Parole Officer

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) 

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Before visiting the webpage about Two Smiles for a Child, LLC (Two Smiles), take a moment to browse below the most recent promotions and announcements about Two Smiles products and services. This entire website is packed with information reflective of our company's interests, successes, services, products, and goodwill. We invite you to:

  • engage us in networking with your non-profit organization or business
  • hire us to give presentations about African American History to your school, church, or library
  • collaborate with Two Smiles in developing programs to engage individuals and communities of learners in storytelling and writing
  • commission us to conduct market research, write and/or edit papers, proposals, dissertations
  • avail yourself of the information provided by Two Smiles about the Affordable Care Act,
  • learn (from our special website informing the public) about programs and initiatives the Barack Obama administration launched that are helping the American people
  • be inspired by poetry and essays
  • be uplifted by spiritual devotion
  • purchase a item from Two Smiles Gift Shop
  • or make a small donation to support our efforts
  • help Two Smiles to launch a program to provide food and shelter to children in West Africa
  • schedule a storytelling session for your celebrations, holidays, special family events
  • learn about the important role models who have supported our development
  • tell us about who has been a role model to you
  • enjoy music from the African continent
  • revisit the historic African Festival in 2010 (FESMAN in Senegal West Africa)
  • much more....


My Ancestors Were Never Slaves. Dr. Diaw takes the audience on a metaphorical journey that starts on the African continent, follows African experience across the Atlantic Ocean (Middle Passage), documents African American contributions to the development of the United States, and celebrates famous and ordinary Black folks. Dr. Diaw is an educator and professional storyteller, and has performed at The Museum of the City of New York, The Jersey City Museum, The Newark Museum, The University of Pennsylvania Museum, numerous libraries, galleries, private and public schools in the United States, Caribbean, and West Africa. Internationally known as ABIWA the storyteller, Diaw studied storytelling professionally at Bank Street Graduate College of Education, received a BS in Speech at Howard University, and MS in Urban Economic Development at Eastern University; earning a doctorate degree at Saint Joseph?s University, she conducted educational research investigating the motivational influence of storytelling on learning in the K-12 school environment.

Recipe: Thirty-Two Poems about Life by Patricia Williams Diaw


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Live Performance: On the Hillside of Malcom X Park