Morales retconned the Marvel official canon by making the first Captain America a Black guy named Isaiah Bradley. As the New York Times token black editorial writer Brent Staples also enthused at the time:"Captain America was originally Steve Rogers, a Depression-era baby who tried to join the Army but was rejected because he was sickly and thin. As a good American, Steve naturally volunteered to participate in an experiment by the vaunted Professor Reinstein (it rhymes with Einstein) whose secret serum turned the weakling into a well-muscled 'supersoldier,' dressed in a costume derived from the flag. The good captain's very first issue shows him delivering a knockout punch to Hitler. He has been a popular figure in the comics ever since.
“The Captain America I followed as a teenager during the 1960's was a big, brawny white guy. The Captain America who is about to be introduced to fans in the 'Truth' series is, by contrast, very black.”http://www.vdare.com/misc/110721_kersey.htmBut isn’t that all American history has been distilled down to, one long parade of "white people bad, black people not"?
Brad Love quotes: “Africa produces children faster than we can print foreign aid money. " “I hear too the developing world. What ‘developing’? Africa has been there for 100,000 years. They should be sending us money.”