I have recently posted a book review for From "Superman" To Man by J.A. Rogers (in Book Review section) constructed almost entirely of questions the book forces the reader to think about. [SCANNED BOOKCOVER...] http://img244.imageshack.us/img244/7135/fromsupermantomanjarogersxj9.jpg With all the prejudices that the African has fought hard against both physically and ideologically in the West, the time is long overdue for us to determine as a people exactly what we want. In this work, Rogers wrote emphatically that he wants "to be an American, without being hyphenated". That is, to not be considered a Black-American or African-American, but simply an American. Is this what we want, to simply be an unhyphenated American? The reason I present this question to all is because in recent decades, progressive strides of the African have diminished almost all together. I think that progress requires focus. What is our focus? Do we want integration into our respective Western societies, do we want repatriation to Africa with restitution to African lands, reparations in the form of our own separate land to create our own Diasporic country with provided restitution from Western nations (U.S.), or simply a check sent to all the African persons and entities effected by the African Maafa? I feel that this question needs to be collectively answered if we wish to see any further progress from our great fallen leaders of past and emerging leaders of today. So again I will ask...As A People, What Do We Really *Want* Out Of The West???