What we're about

Have you heard the Presidential Candidates and news outlets talking about reparations for Black descendants of American slavery and wondered where this conversation started? Political talk show hosts, Antonio Moore and Yvette Carnell of "Tone Talks" & "Breaking Brown", respectively, taking a look at the racial wealth gap that exists in the U.S. They found that the median wealth of black households in the U.S. is only $1,700.00, while the median wealth of white households in the U.S. is $130,000.00.

This disparity is not by mistake, it is because of intentional discriminatory federal, state and local policies.

#ADOS (http://ados101.com)is a real grassroots movement that has taken shape in cities across the U.S. and has been pushing for change by holding our elected officials accountable for addressing the issues of reparations for American Descendants of Slavery. Learn more ADOS101.com (http://ados101.com)

Black Americans who are descended from American slavery interested in learning more about our claim against the US government and joining our efforts to have that debt settled are welcome to attend our information sessions and town halls.

Our volunteer activities include holding town hall events, canvassing and meeting with politicians and attending political events.

Triangle ADOS (http://ados101.com) does not solicit donations for any reason. Membership is free. #ADOS (http://ados101.com) is a political action movement and denounces all forms of physical violence, harassment and cyber bullying.

Upcoming events (5)

The Status of the Movement for Reparations in NC and a Call to Action

This is a meeting to discuss the most recent resolutions for the study of reparations in North Carolina and a call to action.

To date, three resolutions for the study of reparations have passed in the state of North Carolina. The municipalities for which resolutions have passed include Asheville, Orange County, and the City of Durham. However, questions have arisen out of these developments.

• Can these resolutions be characterized as bills in support of reparations?

• What strategies are implied in the language of these resolutions?

• Are they aligned with the mission and the stipulations expressed by the ADOS Movement?

Towards the end, we will discuss ways that those who are interested in the ADOS Movement can get involved.

Please register in advance for this meeting through the link provided. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email.

The Status of the Movement for Reparations in NC and a Call to Action

This is a meeting to discuss the most recent resolutions for the study of reparations in North Carolina and a call to action.

To date, three resolutions for the study of reparations have passed in the state of North Carolina. The municipalities for which resolutions have passed include Asheville, Orange County, and the City of Durham. However, questions have arisen out of these developments.

• Can these resolutions be characterized as bills in support of reparations?

• What strategies are implied in the language of these resolutions?

• Are they aligned with the mission and the stipulations expressed by the ADOS Movement?

Towards the end, we will discuss ways that those who are interested in the ADOS Movement can get involved.

Please register in advance for this meeting through the link provided. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email.

The Status of the Movement for Reparations in NC and a Call to Action

This is a meeting to discuss the most recent resolutions for the study of reparations in North Carolina and a call to action.

To date, three resolutions for the study of reparations have passed in the state of North Carolina. The municipalities for which resolutions have passed include Asheville, Orange County, and the City of Durham. However, questions have arisen out of these developments.

• Can these resolutions be characterized as bills in support of reparations?

• What strategies are implied in the language of these resolutions?

• Are they aligned with the mission and the stipulations expressed by the ADOS Movement?

Towards the end, we will discuss ways that those who are interested in the ADOS Movement can get involved.

Please register in advance for this meeting through the link provided. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email.

The Status of the Movement for Reparations in NC and a Call to Action

This is a meeting to discuss the most recent resolutions for the study of reparations in North Carolina and a call to action.

To date, three resolutions for the study of reparations have passed in the state of North Carolina. The municipalities for which resolutions have passed include Asheville, Orange County, and the City of Durham. However, questions have arisen out of these developments.

• Can these resolutions be characterized as bills in support of reparations?

• What strategies are implied in the language of these resolutions?

• Are they aligned with the mission and the stipulations expressed by the ADOS Movement?

Towards the end, we will discuss ways that those who are interested in the ADOS Movement can get involved.

Please register in advance for this meeting through the link provided. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email.

Past events (9)

Triangle ADOS General Body Meeting V: MLK/FBI

Online event

Photos (24)