"Black people have tended to sever their identification with the white community and to become alienated from America. They no longer want to be part of the white man's society; they have ceased to accept the white man's standards of what is good or bad. This is a total rejection of integration as an ideal or an objective. Instead, the black man is trying to recapture a sense of identification with his own cultural heritage. This involves the rediscovery of Africa, the development of black consciousness, black pride, black unity, and at least the beginning of the development of black power." Albert Cleage The Center Magazine - March 1968
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Helen Caldicott has been an anti-nuclear activist for decades. In her new book, she details the Pentagon's latest strategies for war and combating terrorism, and how these strategies are shaped by the needs of the Military/Industrial Complex and politicians, rather than the American people.
Especially frightening is how close we are to a nuclear holocaust at this time in history thanks to Bush's foreign policies, a revived nuclear weapons program and America's obsession with weapons of mass destruction.