There is a “mind war” against African consciousness. People of African descent are the victims of a silent psychological onslaught that instils a feeling of guilt within for standing up for the social interests and causes of the Black community. African people have to love their own more than they fear being called racist. Furthermore Black people often feel that they must validate their concerns and involvements with Black causes by confirming their affiliation and association with multiple other ethnic groups. The Black community requires courage if we are to collectively solve our problems as a unit. Kwame Ture said “Black people need not be apologetic or defensive about controlling their communities… We have seen that this is the one sure way to end racism.” This book is dedicated towards undoing much of the psychological damage done to our people.