America still has slavery-era citizen’s arrest laws that legalize lynching | Michael Coard

BY: - November 30, 2021

The guilty verdict in Ahmaud Arbery's murder was a start. Here's where to go next.


Equal protection under the law means treating bad cops like any other criminal | Opinion

BY: - June 24, 2020

Equality and fairness in the criminal justice system cannot be achieved if laws are not applied equally to those charged with enforcing them.


I’m a Black man in 2020. These are the questions I’m asking myself. There are no easy answers | Anwar Curtis

BY: - June 22, 2020

As a Black man, how do I persuade my Black mother, Black father, Black sister, Black brother, and Black fiancee not to be afraid when I leave the house?


We can’t address racial injustice in Pa. without fixing our unfair public school funding system | Opinion

BY: - June 19, 2020

At a time of great upheaval and change, and in the middle of a global pandemic, we have all been called to acknowledge and confront systemic racism.


Ahmaud Arbery’s death may spark a hate crimes law In Georgia | John A. Tures

BY: - May 12, 2020

Ahmaud Arbery’s tragic death while jogging may yet produce a new hate crimes law. All Georgians may benefit, as a result.


In the case of slain Georgia jogger: We need justice for this modern lynching

BY: - May 8, 2020

(*Editor’s note: On Thursday night, officials in Glynn County, Ga. charged Gregory McMichael and his son, Travis, with murder and aggravated assault in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, 25, CBS News reported.) By Jay Bookman Somebody thought the video of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery had to be made public if Arbery and his family […]