A graduate of Clark Atlanta University and Chicago-Kent College of Law, Attorney Robert Hillard Patillo, II is a lifelong civil and human rights activist. He is entirely dedicated to serving the poor and underprivileged.
As an activist Patillo has led workers on organization campaigns to petition for better wages, worked to integrate segregated organizations, and assisted discriminated workers against celebrity Chef Paula Deen.
In politics Patillo has worked on the 2004 Presidential Campaign of John Edwards, Senior Field Manager for Grassroots Campaign, Inc. for the Democratic National Committee, Field Director for the 2010 Georgia Attorney General’s campaign and himself ran for Georgia State Representative in 2012.
Patillo has been featured in articles in the New York , Huffington Post and UK Daily Mailer to name a few. He has appeared on various television and radio programs including HuffingtonPostLIVE, CNN’s Newroom and as a guest analyst on 1380am WAOK as a legal analyst. As well has hosting a popular YouTube channel and website http://www.jobsjusticedreams.com.
Previously, Patillo has been a researcher and writer for Rev. Jesse L. Jackson’s Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, worked in the legal department for the Center for American Progress and interned for the Southern Education Foundation.
All of his efforts are in order to force change on the local and national level. A leader in every facet of the word, Robert Patillo is the answer the world has been waiting on.
Patillo currently is chief attorney at The Patillo Law Group, LLC “A Christian Centered Law Practice” focusing on civil rights law.
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It is understood that Maher is a liberal and it still does not matter. There are no passes to be given out.
A one time reality TV star is now considered to be the most powerful black person in Washington, D.C. Attorney Robert Patillo has more on the rise of Omarosa Manigault.
Trump vs. The Congressional Black Caucus: Robert Patillo Examines The Politics of Strange Bedfellows
What will a meeting between President Donald Trump and the Congressional Black Caucus mean towards solving the serious problems facing Black America.
Newly elected Henry County District Attorney Darius Pattillo discusses his campaign and election with Rashad Richey.
Robert Patillo host of “People, Passion and Politics” says look closely at how the Clinton campaign was run and you will find the reason why she didn’t win.
Robert Patillo is fired up about crime within the community and explains that the problem is not the prison system, it’s the criminal system
As we examine all of the different groups that both candidates seek to win, we delve into the importance of the Latin vote and ask whom appeals to their issues and needs more.
The Lawyer’s round table discussed the history of relief efforts in Haiti and what we can do differently this time to ensure that they receive all aid that is provided.
On this episode of People, Passion, and Politics Patillo and guests take a closer look at third party candidates and their views and opinions to provide a better understanding on their political stances.