Olgen Williams

Today, Olgen Williams is firmly grounded in family, faith, and neighborhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he serves as Director of Christamore House, a community center in the settlement house tradition. At Christamore House, he has pioneered and nurtured many programs-ranging from carpentry to theatre, from community policing to parenting-that serve the diverse needs of a multiethnic inner-neighborhood. In, December 2002, for his crime of having stolen less than eleven dollars while serving as a postal worker in 1971, Olgen Williams received one of seven pardons granted by President George W. Bush.

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