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Huntsville, AL – Beach Law Practice is proud to announce that managing attorney Raven Perry-Beach has been awarded the Game Changer Award by the NAACP at the 57th Annual Bridge Crossing Gala hosted in Montgomery, Alabama.

Ms. Perry-Beach was recognized by the NAACP for dedication to criminal justice reform, as she works to expunge the records of offenders working to restore lives within her community. Her dedication to these issues is a testament to Beach Law Practice’s commitment to balancing the scales of justice.

“When I was notified that I received this award I was reminded of the words of Mary McLeod Bethune who wrote ‘if we have the courage and tenacity of our forebears, who stood firmly like a rock against the lash of slavery, we shall find a way to do for our day what they did for theirs.”

“Our work is the continuation of that stand for justice, unmoved and undeterred by the forces of systemic and generational inequity that too many Americans face within our criminal justice system. Our work is not flashy, and it is not attention grabbing, but it fundamentally alters the lives of so many. I am privileged and blessed to do this work, not just for my community, but as an example for my country.”

“I would be remissed if I did not take a moment to acknowledge my community who lifts me up every day. To my wonderful family and children, as well as my wonderful staff and community partners. Thank you for allowing me to raise awareness for our cause, know that this award is because of you, and I share it with you.

Ms. Perry-Beach is the Managing Attorney of Beach Law Practice which specializes in Personal Bankruptcy and Veterans Law. She is also the Past President of the Madison County Volunteer Lawyer Program, Alabama’s oldest pro-bono clinic. Raven Perry-Beach is a member of the Alabama and Tennessee state bars as well Huntsville-Madison County Bar Association. Ms. Perry-Beach has been admitted to practice before United States Supreme Court, the Northern District of Alabama, and Middle, Western, and Eastern Tennessee District Courts.

Pictured: Raven Perry-Beach, Esq

NAACP’s Game Changer Award


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