The Real Lesson That We Learned From the Juwan Howard Incident: A Black Man Still Has No Rights That Require Respect

Screenshot of Juwan Howard being grabbed by Greg Gard.

“A black man had no rights which the white man was bound to respect,”

Chief Justice Roger B. Taney

On Sunday afternoon, I spent a little time after preaching and meeting the congregation with a bit of tv time, mostly playing in the background…

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Pastor, Historic King Solomon Church | Chair, National Action Network Michigan | Co-Host Keeping It Real w/ Rev Al | UMICH Doctoral Student/Dad/Hubs/Marathoner

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Pastor, Historic King Solomon Church | Chair, National Action Network Michigan | Co-Host Keeping It Real w/ Rev Al | UMICH Doctoral Student/Dad/Hubs/Marathoner

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