Our mission is to educate American Descendants of Slavery
(ADOS) on the racial wealth gap, the case for reparations, and the need for a
black agenda. Our mission is to not only educate ADOS politically on the data
for black wealth, but how US Federal and state policies have been the root
cause for such stark differences, and the influence that it has on the
condition of ADOS life. From a top-down view, we answer the inquiry “why” by connecting
the historical line of our lineage from slavery to the present day. Amid this
resolution, we destroy the fallacy of individualism to restore collective
uplift by understanding and embracing the true underlying causes and effects of
our condition. as the intent is to create critical thinkers more nuanced in the
language of policies and free from the obstacles (and battlefields) of our mental
conditioning from racism against ADOS.
We also aim to provide political education to the ADOS
community based on the politician’s policy proposals, past legislation, and
agenda items. Nationwide, we support the ADOS Movement for cash reparations.
Statewide, we aim to promote a Black Agenda for ADOS. However, we aim to have a
keen focus on ensuring accountability in the distribution of funding
initiatives at the state and local levels.
For more information on the American Descendants of Slavery Movement (#ADOS), please visit:
We're currently in transition and will not be conducting general body meetings for the remaining portion of the current fiscal year 2023. For guidance, please direct your correspondence to the following links:
1. For questions regarding the ADOS Advocacy Foundation, go to adosfoundation.org.
2. If you reside in North Carolina and would like to become a member, go to adosfoundation.org and select "join" or go to joinADOS.com.
3. If you have any specific questions regarding our chapter, feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.