ATTORNEY ROY MILLER

We specialize in evaluating race based problems and finding the fair solutions. We stand eager to help make our country more united and more compassionate to the rights of all of us citizens.


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It is the bad examples of adults that cause race relations problems amongst youth. All adults of every race should always respect youth and set a good example. There are celebrities that say that they are not role models. When indeed, they are the ones that voluntarily worked extremely hard to be in a profession that places them in front of youth and they know that youth have a tendency to follow things that shine the brightest.


It is my sincere hope that celebrities like Terrance Howard, Michael Wilbon, Kanye West, Samuel L. Jackson and  Whoppi Goldberg will rally against n-word usage, especially around children. I would like to see Don Lemon take celebrities to elementary schools and see if they feel comfortable  freely using the n-word in front of the children or if they even care. When celebrities are on television, they can not see and feel the impact that the n-word has on children. Maybe by placing them in environments of the black child, they will see the harm to self-esteem and the pain caused. 





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On April 29, 2015, Attorney Roy Miller made the following comment to Redding News Review, regarding the situation with black youth demonstration in Baltimore, MD.


"What we saw was aggression from black youth, immature aggression. After all, 14 – 17 years old are just kids. There is a growing feeling amongst black youth that no one with any power cares about them. Those that actually care have shown that they have little power to make injustice go away. Black politicians lack the power to make judges and prosecutors treat them and their parents the same way their white friends and their parents are treated. Most black youth began life attending church; however, it is clear that the church cannot protect them and keep them from having to make tough choices connected with a better vision than what they now see. Finally, black youth see that their parents lack the power to protect them from injustice that was planned for them, even before they were born. When all options are exhausted, frustration and impatience build…and the balloon bursts. The death of Freddie Gray and the injustice done strike in every black person a familiar nerve and may just have been the spark that ignite a movement " 

People have asked...what do we do with the n-word? I ask...what do you do with the gun used to kill Dr. Martin Luther King? We remember it, never forget it, but never use it again....and never make it into a hero.


When Celebrities Like Charles Barkley Talk About the N-Word, They Tend to Forget the Children

http://www.blacknews.com/news/when-celebrities-like-charles-barkley-talk-about-the-n-word-they-tend-to-forget-the-children/#.VSUqxvAq8sI


REGARDING THE N-WORD AND THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA

http://www.reddingnewsreview.com/newspages/2015newspages/nword_champion_issues_statement_15_1000016.htm


ATTORNEY ROY MILLER: A NEW FREEDOM

http://reddingnewsreview.com/newspages/2012newspages/miller_new_freedom_12_10000100014.htm


ATTORNEY MILLER MAKES BLACK HISTORY REQUEST OF OBAMA

http://reddingnewsreview.com/newspages/2014newspages/attorney_miller_makes_black_hist_14_100000007.htm


BLACK AMERICA: A CURE FOR WHAT HURTS

http://www.reddingnewsreview.com/newspages/2004newspages/millercolumn.htm


When I hear the n-word, I think of a father dying trying to save his little girl from rape. I see a beautiful black baby that lived a long life, but died a broken down old man in slavery and was called the n-word life long. I see an aging woman giving birth to the master's child and both being called n-words, I see men being lynched for weekend pleasure, while being called n-words. I see a little girl, barely 12, becoming a sex object for life. I see the worse possible pains that can be administered to those labeled as n-words. I see dogs and I hear an old man running in the darkness of night and crying and praying. I now see an unchanging society that looks up at God and says...we did the n-words right. But when you disrespect the child, you do the same to the Father.

The n-word is the gun that murdered many, yet should never be forgotten, but never used again. It was created by Satan. No matter how you spell it or say it, We still know what you mean. I pray that God reaches someone's heart and tell them what I am trying to say. The n-word is more than just something to say.


We should never put a playground on top of a cemetery. Like every other race...We should always honor our dead....our people.

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