Growing up in a military family in the town of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Fabian Williams answered a different call of duty. Drawing, painting, designing and writing, he diverged from his military upbringing but maintained a soldier’s focus and determination. “I know what it’s like to take orders,” he says. “I didn’t call a bathroom a bathroom; I called it a latrine.”

 

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