"The Negro recognizes more than ever now that he lives in a world community. There was a time when the intensity of our own problems excluded our awareness that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

Colonialism and segregation are nearly synonymous; they are legitimate first cousins because their common end is economic exploitation, political domination and the debasing of human personality.

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It is tragic that our foreign policy on Africa is so ambivalent; for example, on the one hand, we decry in some mild manner the apartheid policy of the Union of South Africa but economically we continue "business-as-usual" in spite of the stringent racist policies being enforced and intensified."

–Martin Luther King Jr. (1962)