Actually racial integration is a bad thing if the playing field is un-equal.
Despite the separate and un-equal laws of the segregation era many Afro-Americans managed to create and succeed in various endeavors.
No intelligent African believes that the "white" establishment agreed to integration out of the goodness of their hearts. They realized after the Bus Boycott the importance of those Afro-dollars.
Integration did more for the white establishment than it did for African-Americans, however, if you disagree present your argument with the appropriate facts and figures instead of throwing about accusations of paranoia.
The integrationist movement had one motivation, getting and keeping black dollars in white hands.
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