It’s time to stop asking, and time to start suing, for reparations | Michael Coard
We do whatever needs to be done to attain justice and we do it by any means necessary. And one of those means is litigation.
The ‘Jerry Rescue’ 170 years later: And its lessons for modern racial justice | Michael Coard
The moral of the story (for me, at least) is this: “When the law is unjust, the just must break the law — by any means necessary.”
These Black children changed American history. Never forget them | Michael Coard
Say their names: Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carol Robertson and Cynthia Wesley, and Sarah Collins
Five things you didn’t know about slavery’s birth 402 years ago | Michael Coard
Slavery was a key component of daily life here in Pennsylvania generally and Philadelphia particularly.
Tulsa Massacre at 100: A lesson in Black bravery and resilience | Michael Coard
Like a Black phoenix literally rising from the ashes, Black folks courageously pushed onward and upward.
Is Philly’s Democratic leadership a friend or foe of Blacks? | Michael Coard
With friends like the Democratic City Committee, who needs Trump/Rizzo Republican enemies?
This year’s court races are seriously important. Make your voice heard | Michael Coard
Speak out in the voting booths on May 18 and protect Black people in the courtrooms every day.
What if Chauvin is acquitted of killing George Floyd? | Michael Coard
Be prepared for a possible acquittal. And then be prepared to do something about it.
Celebrate Black history and support Black businesses 24/7/365 | Michael Coard
There is no better way to celebrate Black history than by promoting Black power. Respect yourself by doing it every day.
Voting plus boycotting and activism equals revolution | Michael Coard
The fundamental rule of warfare is to find out what your enemy doesn’t want you to do and then you do that very thing.
Here’s 15 things you didn’t know about the ‘Dred Scott’ decision | Opinion
Constitutional scholars state that this ruling is “widely considered the worst decision ever made by the Supreme Court.”
To really celebrate Black History Month? Start by patronizing Black-owned businesses
Respect yourself by celebrating Black History, by demanding Black employees at white businesses, and most certainly by patronizing Black businesses.