Commitment to Community

"Consequences of Thug Life"

presented by Attorney Mawuli  Mel Davis

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Greater Travelers Rest Church

4650 Flat Shoals Pkwy, Decatur GA 30034

V-103, 1380 WAOK, & Let Us Make Man Hosts A Monthly Town Hall October Meeting featuring Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis speaking on “The Consequences of Thug Life”

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Davis Bozeman Law Firm, P.C.

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“RESPECT BLACK LIFE: I AM TRAYVON MARTIN”  MARCH TO BEGIN AT SANKOFA UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST AND ENDING AT THE CNN CENTER MONDAY, JULY 15, 2013 STARTING AT 7PM TO TAKE A STAND IN THE NAME OF VALUING THE LIVES OF BLACK CHILDREN

 

July 14, 2013, Atlanta, Georgia — Rev. Derrick Rice, Derrick Boazman, Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis and the brothers of Let Us Make Man announce the “Respect Black Life: I am Trayvon Martin” March Monday, July 15, 2013 at 7:00pm beginning at Sankofa United Church of Christ 150 James P. Brawley Dr., Atlanta, GA 30314 and ending at the CNN Center.

“We unfortunately cannot expect a system designed to create 3/5 of a human legislation, share cropping, Jim Crow laws, separate but equal policies, COINTELPRO, poll taxes and the new Jim Crow laws to be a primary vehicle for freedom, justice and equality. These weren’t made to free you. We should participate in the system yes, but we must supplement it.” – Rev. Derrick Rice, Sankofa United Church of Christ

 

 “At this march, we will walk with our children and make it clear to the world that black children’s lives matter.– Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis, Davis Bozeman Law Firm

Invited guests include Reverend Derrick Rice, Derrick Boazman of WAOK 1380, Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis of the Davis Bozeman Law Firm, Senator Vincent Fort, Tashiya Umoja of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, The Center for African Self Determination, State Representative Able Mable Thomas, Current AUC student organizers, activist Lonnie King, NAACP and The People’s Therapy Fund. The march organizers ask that the attendees bring their sonsand  daughters.

To learn more about the march please contact Reverend Derrick Rice at (404) 590-0996 or email respectblacklife@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"RESPECT BLACK LIFE: I AM TRAYVON MARTIN” RALLY PLANNED FOR FRIDAY TO GIVE A VOICE TO THE FRUSTRATIONS OF THE TRAYVON MARTIN TRIAL

July 11, 2013, Atlanta, Georgia — Derrick Boazman, The Davis Bozeman Law Firm and the brothers of Let Us Make Man announce the “Respect Black Life: I am Trayvon Martin” Rally this Friday, July 12, 2013 at 7:00pm at the Iconium Baptist Church 542 Moreland Avenue, Atlanta GA 30316.
“While we wait on the verdict out of Florida we must affirm that all Black Life sacred, special and important! Come hear what you must do to save our sons and daughters. Together we shall win!” – Derrick Boazman

“Now more than ever we need to make sure the world knows that the lives of our children matter and we all should be required to respect Black life. This rally gives us a way to voice our frustrations and affirm the lives of our children.” – Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis
Guest speakers include Derrick Boazman of WAOK 1380, Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis of the Davis Bozeman Law Firm and Reverend Timothy McDonald of First Iconium Baptist Church . The rally organizers ask that the attendees bring their sons.

To learn more about the rally please contact Anana Parris at (404) 446-2839 or email aparris@davisbozemanlaw.com

 

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The Right To Defend Your Home

A Legal Perspective by The Davis Bozeman Law Firm www.davisbozeman.com

In recent weeks there have been several violent home invasions in the Atlanta Metro Area.  Community members have requested that our firm provide information regarding a person’s right to defend their places of residence from intruders.  The question often asked is “can I shoot someone if they break into my house”.  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS AND WHAT YOU SHOULD DO.

 

 COMMUNITY RESOURCE

A.I.M. HOME INVASION PROTECTION PLANNING

A.I.M. Arms In Motion,  Investigator Rashid McCall (678) 956-1606 armsinmotionga@gmail.com Services Include Home Invasion Protection Plan Development

  • Mental Preparation Training
  • Home and Personal Safety Training (Improvised weapon usage with everyday household objects)
  • Firearm Safety, Handling and Education about the Laws Surrounding Firearms

 

The Top 3 Things You Should Know If Your Home Is Being Invaded by A.I.M.

1. Mental preparation: Become aware of your surroundings and get in a defensive mindset.

2. Implement Your Protection Strategy To Deal With The Threat: Move your family to the safe room (similar to a tornado drill – have a phone there and call 911 immediately)

3. Be Prepared to Engage The Threat: Hand to Hand Combat, Firearm or Improvised Weapons (hammer, sharpened pencil etc.) 

   

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Consequences of Thug Life  Jan. 26, 2013 6:00pm

The Consequences of Thug Life: Be Brave or Be A Thug A Message to Young Black Men and those who Love Them Community Discussion

Saturday, January 26. 6:00 p.m. In collaboration with the Davis Bozeman Law Firm the Auburn Avenue Research Library will host The Consequences of Thug Life: Be Brave or Be A Thug, facilitated by renowned Civil Rights Attorney Mawuli Mel Davis. This community discussion will focus on empowering young men of color and their families with the knowledge and tools to cultivate values anchored by a strong sense of purpose to self and community that will improve not only their lives but the world in which they live.

Trayvon Martin Case

  • adobe pdf icon Trayvon Martin Case: Legal & Political Analysis  
  •  The Davis Bozeman Law Firm Joins the Protest:

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The Davis Bozeman Law Firm has demonstrated a genuine concern and support for uplifting our community by providing:

  1. pro bono (free) legal services;
  2. “Know Your Legal Rights” Workshops; and
  3. financial support to programs and initiatives that educate and empower.
Attorneys Davis and Bozeman routinely have taken pro bono cases to ensure that justice, equality, and fair play are a reality for people that have historically been marginalized and disenfranchised. Additionally, the firm provides programs and training at churches, conferences, schools, and other gatherings to educate the community about their legal rights. The Davis Bozeman Law Firm has committed its financial resources to supporting children’s programs, community activism, and other efforts that seek to expand and protect the human rights of all members of society.
 
Take a Look at Our Upcoming Community Events [Link to Listing Below]
 
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  • Some examples of The Davis Bozeman Law Firm’s willingness to provide legal services to community members in need are provided below:
  • Representation of garbage truck driver maced in the face by police and arrested while on route emptying garbage.
  • Representation of four male high school students falsely accused of burglary as they walked through an apartment complex..
  • Representation of advocates for the homeless arrested in City Hall Protest.
  • Mawuli representing former City Councilman Derrick Boazman and other advocates for the homeless.
 
The only thing romantic about the struggle, is the love we must have for the people.
-Mawuli Mel Davis
 
Some examples of The Davis Bozeman Law Firm’s willingness to support positive community efforts are provided below :
  • Atlanta student, youth, and community organizers for the “Jena 6” protest.
  • Provides monthly support for Kilombo Institute. (Home School Program)
  • Sponsors Gresham Park Youth Baseball and Football Teams.
  • Sponsor for Cedar Grove Middle Grove Step Team, Annual Malcolm X Festival, and Banquet.
  • “Know Your Legal Rights “ program for Let Us Make Man Gathering attended by over 500 people, the Arthur Langford Leadership Institute and Eagle Leadership Academy at Benjamin E. Mays.
  • Fatherhood graduation for ForeverFamily, Inc. in the Clayton County Transition Center for men being released from prison to rejoin their families.
  • “If you can see it, You can be it” 3rd and 4th grade program to encourage children of color to become attorneys in conjunction with GABWA, GAAAA, Gate City Bar Association, and MIPC.
 
 
 
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