This book is a thoughtful examination of Northern urban ethnic cultures, societies, languages, birth of epithets, Affirmative Action, racism, and power of the Roman Catholic Church to unify or divide races. Political maneuvers within the Church and the State are developed during the transition from segregation to integration. The Civil Rights Movement is seen through both black and white perspectives. Using historical events and personal experiences, the author describes job markets, housing, social welfare programs, and a failing legal system that led to the decay of Northern cities. Once hidden in distorted history, those who planned for the destruction of European-American and Christian heritages are revealed. The author offers practical solutions to save all races from the final enslavement.