1. Honored by the city of Los Angeles for his actions in rescuing
an American motorist with Japanese decent, Takao Hirata from an angry mob armed with bottles and metal rods. He
managed to drag the nearly lifeless man to safety through an endless shower of projectiles and verbal abuse. He later emotionally
testified in the trial of two men in the beating of Reginald Denny. He was honored by the city of Los Angeles for his actions
during the riots.
2. Commercial Racial Promo, "We are the voice, we are the power."
-Promo that spoke out against racism. With piano
music assisting, it showed Greg Alan Williams leading a choir of youngsters singing that, "We are the voice, we are the power."
-Learn from our history and stamp out racism.
1. HIV/AIDS spokesperson for the American Red Cross.
2. Regular speaker at High schools and Universities.
Resource speaker for the education organization Facing History and Ourselves.
1. Courage to Love-Loving and Celebrating the Plus Size Woman.
2. For BLACK, BROWN & BEIGE Baby Girls, Born too Beautiful to Watch at the
-Greg reveals important life-affirming facts for women and
girls about television, beauty and truth. Builds self-esteem. Also available on cassette.
3. Meditations for Distant Dads.
-Offers strength and encouragement to help restore the absentee
father in responsibly caring for his children
4. Boys to Men: Maps for the Journey by GregAan Williams
-Critically aclaimed book about Greg's journey
into manhood. Hailed as a valuable resource tool for single parents raising sons.
5. A Gathering of Heroes: Reflections on Rage and Responsibility.
A Memoir of the Los Angeles Riots by Greg Aan-Williams 1994 Academy Chicago Publishers
memoir of the Los Angeles Riots hailed as as "a moving illumination of the meaning of brotherhood."
1. The Life and times of Deacon A.L. Wiley
-One-act, one-man play which earned him the 1994
Black Fimmakers Hall of Fame Award. Can still be seen on PBS.
2. The Meeting
-Performed as Dr. Martin Luther King in the Chicago
play with Harry Lennix.
3. One of the Founding members of "Penumbra," St. Paul, Minnesota's first professional Black
4. Appeared with the Chicago Shakespeare Company.
1. Baywatch CD 1994; Harder Performed by Gregory Alan-Williams
-Written by Kenny Harris, Tony Haynes
and Justin Reinhardt; Published by AACI; Produced by Richie Wise and Mark Holden; Scotti Bros. Records, Inc.; Distributed
by BMG Music