Guest Speaker: Robert Mann, Oklahoma Advocacy Legal Assistance
Robert Mann was born in November of 1971 in Lufkin, Texas. To Charles Mann, a career Army pilot and Nina C. Mann, who would retire from St John's as an ICU nurse and a diabetic educator.
Robert's parents divorced when he was in 3rd grade and moved to North Tulsa with his mother and sister.
The only male role models around were thieves and drug addicts and hustlers. By the time Robert was 17 he had a lengthy rap sheet. By 19, with a 7th grade education, Robert took an open plea before Judge Dalton and received a pair of 30 year sentences to run concurrently.
In 6 months Robert earned his GED and started college. He would serve as Sgt at Arms, Secretary and Educational Vice President for Toastmasters, Veterans Behind Bars, the African American Culture Club, Hispanic Culture Club, Horticulture Club, Baha'i Interfaith group, Islamic Interfaith group, Native American Intertribal/Interfaith Sweat Lodge - where he carried rocks for 6 1/2 years, served as an intern counselor for 1 1/2years in a long term treatment program in a high medium security prison and served as Laubach tutor trainer and barber for years.
Robert started working on judicial and corrections reform over 30 years ago and now presents a system of individual accountability that would put every inmate in a minimum wage job to pay for their own incarceration and pay real restitution to their actual victims, actually serving JUSTICE.
Robert now serves as a founding member and Vice President of Oklahoma Advocacy Legal Assistance where he and his partners combat the cancer of Ineffective Assistance of Council that is consuming our courtrooms, crippling our correctional system and dissolving our families in the acid of addiction, weaponized by the Chinese Communist Party and activated by Latin cartels working with American prison gangs.
Robert is working to bring Oklahoma citizens from both sides of the aisle together in organizing a new platform that will light to oversized government's efforts to keep certain things in the dark, bringing transparency where only darkness exists today.
Come early and join us at 6:30 pm for a time of friendly fellowship.
(Fellowship Food Theme: Pumpkin Desserts)
Meeting at 7:00 pm
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LIBERAL ARTS - ROOM 112
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3100 New Orleans St
Liberal Arts - Room 112,
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
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