Who should take responsibility for the condition of African-Americans? Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour, author of “Betrayal By Any Other Name,” accuses both yesterday's and today's Black leadership. Dr. Al-Mansour says there is a historic pattern "to trace the extent to which our traditional leaders have participated in the process of the destruction of the Black masses.”
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