When you say ‘that’s not us’ remember this historic tale of racial savagery | Michael Coard

BY: - June 14, 2022

The story of white racism in America is one of sociopathy, psychopathy, perversity, sadism, savagery and malice.


Gun violence reduction laws will pass only when more Blacks get guns | Michael Coard

BY: - June 1, 2022

White men with guns are dangerous — murderously dangerous. And it ain’t nothing new.

The President's House Site tells the story of the paradox of liberty and enslavement in one home - and in a nation.

Oney Judge, enslaved by George Washington, made a great escape — and history | Michael Coard

BY: - May 24, 2022

This is a story that every American should know. And it's a movie Hollywood should make right now.


Brown v. Bd of Ed never really overturned Plessy | Michael Coard

BY: - May 17, 2022

America won’t be serious until it destroys its inherent and systemic racism.


Kenyatta Johnson, like many Black pols, is victim of racist selective prosecution | Michael Coard

BY: - April 26, 2022

When the racist, selective prosecution of Black elected officials began in 1868, it was wrong. It's still wrong today.


Slavery never really ended because the 13th Amendment still allows it | Michael Coard

BY: - April 12, 2022

People think the 13th Amendment repealed slavery. It didn't. It just created slavery by another name.

Attorney Cecil B. Moore raises his hand with the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Photo via Temple University Libraries

Happy 107th birthday Cecil B. Moore: The perfect role model for Black attorneys | Michael Coard

BY: - April 5, 2022

All Black attorneys know how systemically racist America is - Cecil Moore knew it, and did something about it.


Ketanji Brown Jackson is proof all judges should be Black women | Michael Coard

BY: - March 29, 2022

If white men are the disease of America in terms of racism, misogyny, homophobia, the obvious cure is a Black woman.


Marking a shameful anniversary & the U.S. Supreme Court’s racist failure | Michael Coard

BY: - March 1, 2022

180 years ago, the highest court in the land ordered a free Black woman and her children back into slavery. And Pa. played a role.


Happy 185th birthday to Cheyney University: America’s first HBCU | Michael Coard

BY: - February 22, 2022

The Philadelphia institution celebrates on Feb. 25. It's not getting older - it's getting better.


Lawyer Robert Morris fought — sometimes physically — to free the enslaved | Michael Coard

BY: - February 15, 2022

Morris wasn't the nation's first Black lawyer -- but he left a big mark on history.


Black History Month is world history every day | Michael Coard

BY: - February 1, 2022

Africa is the cradle of humankind. And it is also the cradle of civilization.