Why reparations? Why now?
Date of Event
Presented as the Sumner Canary Lecture on April 10, 2002.
The Sumner Canary Memorial Lecture was established to honor the memory of the late Judge Sumner Canary, a pillar of the Cleveland legal community. Judge Canary served on the Ohio Court of Appeals for the Eighth District and as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio. In addition to his public service, Judge Canary was a partner at the firms of Canary & Walsh and Arter & Hadden. This lectureship, which was made possible due to the generosity of Judge Canary’s widow, Nancy Canary, has featured numerous federal judges, scholars, academics and two U.S. Supreme Court Justices.
Sumner Canary Lecture
African Americans -- Civil rights; African Americans -- Civil rights -- History; African Americans -- Reparations; Race relations
[Cleveland, OH : Case Western Reserve University, School of Law], 2002
Ogletree, Charles J. Jr., "Why reparations? Why now?" (2002). Conferences and Symposia. 65.