Tucker Moore Group Upholds Victim’s Rights in Workplace

The violation of rights, especially sexual assault and wrongful termination, are rampant issues in the workplace. Although justice is served hot in most cases, there are some unfortunate cases that are either unreported or dismissed in the court. Wary of the injustices the victims suffer through, Tucker Moore Group seeks to bring justice to the individuals that are yet to receive the fairness they deserve.

Movements to stop racial discrimination and misogyny entail a long history of successes and dips. For centuries, people of color have expressed their ire toward the unfair experiences they have long suffered. Women have also been subject to misogyny in different situations and contexts. Individuals have been sexually harassed in the workplace due to the color of their skin and their gender identity. Race and sex, as well as age, have been basis to wrongfully dismiss and discriminate against individuals in the workforce.

With all the unfair treatment in the workplace, Tucker Moore Group LLP has sworn to fight for the victim’s right. The firm is led by Charles Tucker, Jr., a skilled litigator with years of experience in heading complex domestic violence cases, homicides and special victim cases. The company, which has offices in Maryland, Virginia and New York, is also eager to represent in custody cases, bankruptcy, and divorce. 

In only a span of two years, the success of Tucker Moore Group just keeps coming. With settlements amounting to over $75 million, the law firm has cemented its top status in the DC Metro Area because of their representation in cases concerning  employment law, criminal defense, and family law. The impressive track record Tucker Moore Group is a testament to their professionalism in the court. 

Taking into account the gravity of their success and the causes they fight for, it is for certain that Charles’s motivation is rooted from a concern with the same magnitude. “I was motivated to start my own brand because I truly believed that people want a firm that truly fights for them and is not afraid from taking difficult cases and doing the work to get results,” he claimed.

Charles Tucker, Jr.’s legal career is packed with a brood of accolades. After starting his career in the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office for 6 years under, the Senior Trial Attorney in the Special Victims Unit left in 2005. Eventually, he went on to tally an outstanding 98% victory percentage on cases defending the DC Police Department and the DC Fire Department.

Hailed as one of the Top 100 Criminal Defense and Civil Defense attorneys for two consecutive years (2019 and 2020), the employment litigation expert has been a professor for 20 years, teaching criminal law, constitutional law and more on higher education. Inducted as one of the Top 100 Black Attorneys by the Top 100 National Black Lawyers, the Super Lawyer is currently a Senior Partner with the Cochran Firm in the Mississippi Delta Office. Moreover, the leading Criminal Justice Professors in Southern New Hampshire University is now capable of renovating the law enforcement department and criminal justice program in light of the turmoil the entire country is concerned about.

To learn more about Tucker Moore Group, head to their website here.

American Children’s Book Author Angela K. Pearson Fights for Medical Freedom Through Her Book “I Am Not Contagious”

The United States Bill of Rights guarantees citizen’s rights and their liberties, which include freedom of press, speech, and religion. While these rights remain true and upheld across the country to this day, another freedom—medical freedom—was arguably encroached on last year on June 13, when a new law was passed barring all nonmedical exemptions to vaccination in the State of New York.

Parents were seemingly left with a gun to their heads, knowing that failure for their children to get vaccinated would mean these kids could never again set foot in any public or private school in the state. About 26,000 children in the New York state were left on the fence, having been previously granted religious exemptions to vaccinations—an exemption now repealed. One of these kids was the six-year-old son of children’s book author  Angela K. Pearson.

Hailing from a small town in North Carolina, Angela grew up poor. Her family did not have much and often struggled to provide for their day to day life. Often, they would get their food supply from donations in the church or food banks.

She became a mom in 1996 with her first son who had a vaccine reaction and was hospitalized. In 2016 he was diagnosed with SLE, something he already had a genetic predisposition to because Angela’s father had this same auto-immune disease and was sadly taken by it in 2008. 

In 2000, Angela moved to upstate New York, and it was when she began her holistic journey while pregnant with her 2nd child, a daughter, born in 2001. She developed a keen interest in the natural benefits of consuming organic and whole foods, which was a result of realizing she was unintentionally raised on mostly an unhealthy diet of processed foods. Angela soon committed herself to turn her diet around and has been consuming only organic-rich foods—free from chemicals or any artificial ingredients—since then. This commitment was supported by her steadfast belief in medical freedom and how parents should have the choice to vaccinate their children or not.

In 2016, Angela graduated with her degree in Behavioral Science and Community Health and was the first in her family to go to college. She is now a single mom to three children whom she devotes all her love and attention to. When the law that repealed religious exemptions for vaccination was passed, Angela was left with not much choice but to leave her corporate job to home-school her youngest son, Grayson. Although perfectly healthy and free from medical issues, Grayson was barred from attending school as an unvaccinated child. Today, Angela continues to fight for medical freedom, and does so through her children’s book titled “I Am Not Contagious.”

According to her website, the book is “written from the perspective of her six-year-old son with a message that she hopes touches the hearts of other parents who hold the same immeasurable love for their children, despite the opinions and pressures of society whose beliefs may differ.” Angela aims for the story to inspire understanding and compassion, which could spark unity in people, instead of further unnecessary division. Angela prides herself on her book’s powerful political statement for medical freedom. “I am going against the narrative and have written the first children’s book that relates to the unvaccinated community from a child’s perspective,” she added, “This has never been done before.”

She is eager to reach the masses but wishes to connect with the unvaccinated community and their children most of all. Every child deserves a book they relate to, which stands for what they believe in, Angela says.

The author has been a holistic health enthusiast for 20 years now and is currently working remotely in the health and wellness industry and teaches others how to obtain the same life-style.

To know more about Angela K. Pearson and her book, visit her Facebook page and website.