Emerson, Gloria. "Black Power Group In Vietnam Fights Heroin Addiction, the Enemy
Within." New York Times, August 12, 1971, p. 8.
This article reports on the efforts of a drug rehabilitation center at the Longbinh military
installation in South Vietnam. The program, known as the Black Amnesty Drug Program, concentrated
primarily on African-American heroin addicts and utilized the message of Black Power to help
military personnel overcome their addiction.