a clerk that resembles his abusive mother. Feeding her desire to write more, Talia penned"Return Of The Wiz," a remake of her favorite childhood movie “The Wiz,” starringMichael Jackson and Diana Ross, after watching the remake film rendition of DreamGirls. Talia is now fusing her talents in fundraising, film and abuse recovery to spearheadinnovative projects like “House 4 Cell,” a nationwide cell phone recycling campaign usedto rebuild blight houses in low-income communities -- turning them into “green” abuserecovery centers for clients nationwide-- starting with the north side of Binghamton, NYwhere she lives. Her efforts are parallel as, Talia is also hosting abuse recovery small group workshops inchurches, libraries and social service agencies with her ground-breaking principle-centered
“12 Steps To Recovery: Overcoming The Transgressions of Abuse.”
The abuse recovery advocate also calls victims and supporters to wear their“voice” by “Rock(ing) Purple.” The effort includes changing Facebook profile picture topurple, and/or purchasing other paraphernalia to show support for the issues of DomesticViolence -- seen and unseen. Talia is the daughter of Larita (Simpson) Hand/Willie Hand and James Simpson, twin(sister) to Sherita (Simpson) Searcy, and older brother James Simpson. She is also themother of Rayn and Antanaja and wife to Derrick Moore of Brooklyn, NY. Overall, Talia has a heart to serve the viewing population with future film and stagescripts written, produced and directed by DT Productions. She will continue to strive toserve her community and provide a platform for the voices that are yet to be heard.