Clockwise from top left: U.S. National Guardsman guarding building, riot police during a battle, Black Panthers posing for picture
| Republic of New Afrika
|| United States
|Commanders and leaders|
|Numerous||George W. Bush|
|Unknown, probably hundreds of thousands||700,000|
|Casualties and losses|
|Estimated: Unknown, tens of thousands||Estimated: 35-75,000
Civilian casualties: 750,000
The Race Wars have been celebrated by the black communities all across New Afrika as the realization of their dreams of finally achieving the equality the wanted. However, the failure to actually deal with the angered white communities following the end of the wars lead to a series of insurgencies in the years after.
Days after the "end" of the Wars, the then-Allied States Department of State released a statement condemning the acts and blatant genocide which have occurred in what is now New Afrika. The Presidency immediately stated that it hopes to strengthen relations between the two "new" nations, but demanded the fair treatment of all races.
President George W. Bush, having lost the entire American South, large parts of the American Southwest and the Northern Pacific region, committed suicide a few days after the Wars concluded. New Afrika became the final American nation to secede from the Union in 2007, with only the Northern Coalition following in 2008 (absorbed by New Afrika later that year), and the Allied States expanding until the United States only consisted of Hawaii, in 2011.