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ADOS MOVEMENT

A.D.O.S. is an acronym for American Descendants of Slavery. This is a political, social, and economic movement to advance the well-being of our families. In addition, restoring the relationship between men & women is vital. God is realized through the creation caused by the uniting of opposites, man & woman. Through the union of man and woman as well as financial and legislative compensation we can move toward more balanced and fulfilling life. 

How It Started

The ADOS movement was founded and created by Antonio Moore and Yvette Carnell. 

The American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) Advocacy Foundation is a grassroots organization that arose in response to a national landscape rife with yawning racial gaps.

With an eye toward the origins of these asymmetrical outcomes located in the institution of slavery, our organization prioritizes reparations for descendants of chattel slavery in the United States of America.

 

ADOS Movement Mission

One of the main goals of this organization is to obtain owed reparations for ADOS. In addition to their advocacy work, they expose the conditioning and programming that creates our current fiscal delusions of grandeur. Once we comprehend our current financial predicament we can then make the proper changes toward repairing the ADOS structure.

Reuniting The Man & Woman

Zo Williams is a pivotal voice in the efforts to mend the relationship between men and women. He offers advice and insight through his podcasts and numerous books. The foundation of our community is the relationship between the man and woman. We innerstand that life cannot exist until this union happens. Our current condition calls for us to take a strong look at ourselves and how we relate with the opposite sex. Our progress is dependent on the realization of the importance of two opposites coming together and creating a whole.

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