Oprah visits Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda and her adopted African-American daughter, Mary Williams, for their first-ever interview together. Later, Oprah and Jane speak one-on-one at Jane's Beverly Hills home.
In 1979, Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda met a teenager named Mary Williams at her performing arts camp. Mary lived in a rough part of Oakland, California, and was being raised as one of six children by her mother in a single-parent home after Mary's father had been incarcerated. At camp, Jane and Mary took an immediate liking to one another. Four years after they met, Jane invited Mary into her home and offered Mary a future she could never dream of. Mary says Jane's invitation was a "lifeline" during a traumatic part of her life. Watch as Mary opens up about surviving sexual assault as a teenager and the light that helped her through.
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When she was 14, Mary Williams moved from the poverty-stricken streets of East Oakland, California, to Jane Fonda's hacienda in Santa Monica, California, becoming the adopted daughter many people didn't know the Oscar-winning actress even had. She joined Jane's children from her first two marriages: Vanessa, who was 15, and Troy, who was just 12. Watch as Troy reflects on what it was like to gain another big sister and why Mary's race was never a factor in his family.
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