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Father’s F1rst joined a seat at the table to speak with Black fathers hosted by Osei The Dark Secret, the conversation was with professionals and regular men who are fathers. Mawuli Davis and Marvin Arrington, Jr both high-profile lawyers in Atlanta, Georgia. Former Atlanta Falcon Professional NFL, Chuck Smith, and father of Father’s F1rst CEO,…

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Rolling out hosted its inaugural “Justice for All” awards ceremony June 27, 2019, in the Atlanta City Hall Atrium. The event honored some of the top legal minds in metropolitan Atlanta. Honorees included lawyers Teddy Astin, Mawuli Davis, Lerae Funderburg, Jimmy C. Gardner, Keith E. Gammage, Gerald A. Griggs, Preston James IV, Jabari A. Jones, Julie Kert, David Mitchell,  Angelo Pinto, Shequel Ross, Tiffany…

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Last Tuesday’s Georgia primary election had a host of runoffs and razor-thin margins of victory for many candidates. Now, Dekalb County, Georgia, leaders that include Attorney Mawuli Davis and Gerald Griggs, SCLC leader Nate Miller and NAACP leader Teresa Hardy and candidate Pastor Sabrina McKenzie are raising an alarm for voters. At issue are outstanding…

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On May 18, 2018, Korean immigrant and business owner Doo Wan Lee made a decision that has changed his life forever. Doo is the owner of the once prosperous Doo’s Seafood and Deli, that once had 3 locations in the metro Atlanta area. He sold two of his stores and now owns only the location in Snellville,…

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When this writer first encountered the story of Jamarion Robinson, it was emotionally jarring on a visceral level. Rolling out was invited to see the aftermath of the death of Robinson by U.S. Marshalls serving a warrant on behalf of Gwinnett County Police and the Atlanta Police Department. I did not know a lot about Robinson…

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In March 2017, Basil Eleby became infamous for allegedly starting a fire in Atlanta that took out a portion of Interstate 85 near downtown. Eleby was accused of being high on crack and setting a shopping cart with a chair on fire beneath an underpass. The fire spread to building supplies left in place for…

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