Robin Daniels

Co-founder, Sister of Watts

Co-founder of Sister of Watts

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The nonprofit Sisters of Watts is made up of four sisters who’ve lived in Watts nearly their entire lives.

Sisters of Watts distribute food, clothes, and vaccine advice

The nonprofit Sisters of Watts is made up of four sisters who’ve lived in Watts nearly their entire lives.

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