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Mary Johnson is a writer and director of A Room of Her Own Foundation. She worked and served with the Missionaries of Charity, the order of nuns founded by  ...

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Mary Johnson (March 29, 1898 or 1900 – July 20, 1983) was an American classic female blues singer, accordionist and songwriter. Her most noted tracks are ...

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www.maryjohnson.co is the website for Mary Johnson and her memoir, An Unquenchable Thirst. Mary Johnson was a nun in the Missionaries of Charity, the  ...

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Mary Johnson is the author of An Unquenchable Thirst and former member of Missionaries of Charity, the order of nuns founded by Mother Teresa, which ...

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Mary Johnson just received her MS in Public Relations and her MA in International Relations from Syracuse University. She studied at Bellarmine University in ...

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On 12th February 1993 Mary Johnson's only son, 20-year-old Laramiun Byrd, was murdered. The perpetrator was 16-year-old Oshea Israel who received a 25  ...

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The fight ended when Oshea shot and killed Laramiun, the only child of Mary Johnson. Eleven years after his trial, Mary went to the prison where Oshea was ...

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As a teenager, Mary Johnson thought she was on her way to a career as a thinker and communicator, when she spotted Mother Teresa's eyes on the cover of ...