Trevor Noah talks Reparations ...#ADOS

Who deserves reparations and who is a descendant of slavery in America are questions to be answered or to create barriers?               If you have parental family lineage which goes back prior to the 60's where they are described as negro, colored, African American, black before 1965 you may have the links to be considered ADOS.  You may find this information in vital statistics, death certificates, census bureau, health records, schools.


ADOS are not POC-People of Color those are immigrants and descendants of immigrants and refugees or anyone self describing their identity as black or people of color for the purpose of deceptions to usurp resources intended for ADOS.


Actual descendants who can trace back are saying hold up we are not going to allow you as an immigrant to erase our presence, create discord for our calls or to usurp our claims for our ancestors debts and our pain when your ancestors were not impacted by slavery here in America.

As so thee descendants are therefore asking for a specific ethnic identity recognition by the US government as a means of identifying their distinct lineage and common culture and suffering for the purpose of specificity as they demand reparations.


ADOS wants to have an id database to ethnically identify their links to their ancestors through common lineage where they can be specifically identified aligned with the same as other culture groups identified by ethnicity, lineage and area grouping of their common languages or parental land regions of their ancestors where their ID i on the census on government papers.  A specific ethnic lineage ID of AADOS or ADOS- is appropriate to identify these distinct cultural group within the Black American community in America- Americans using the popular acronym  where they self describe to being ADOS identifying their lineage links which ties them to their ancestors who were enslaved.


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.  DONATE NOW! Help begin the process of clearly identifying descendants of American institution of slavery and genealogy research.  You do not have to be black to participate and supporting this process



  Your giving is tax exempt and will specifically go to the program of the Reparations Trust Fund (RTF) which will identify individuals most harmed by generations of racial trauma and economic denial of payment for their labor

You can give by cash app $REPARATIONSFUNDS Credit or debit card or checks mailed to one of two locations 1) Healing Hearts of Families (RTF) PO Box 2033, Lithonia Georgia 30058 or dropping off of mailing a check to our  outreach office at 2071 McAfee Road, Decatur Georgia 30032. or online through the donate or QR codes on the site.

Some white faith congregations are accepting that something needs to be done to repair the racial divide of the country.  They have committed to stepping up as the religious moral leaders of people in the USA by supporting reparations  as a spiritual path to healing and redemption of the injustices supported by our constitution to oppress a group of people for the benefit of others.  These white congregations are learning how to communicate messages of the wrong and harm of slavery to their members. If you want to have training which could benefit the congregations or to have faith leaders who could redeliver the training to other congregants contact us. Trainings are offered to white and black faith organizations or their social justice ministry leaders to take the lessons back to their congregants of how to communicate a conversation on reparations, and the call for reparations to support healing .  (Interested Click here to register)

Preparing congregations for a collective reparations spiritual events aligned with African American congregations and Black grass root organizations is essential to the faith community being on one accord with the need for souls to come clean and make amends for the continued benefits of that wrong even today. 

Can white faith organizations become allies to help change America finally? Will they step us to become leaders in the moral and spiritual healing and atonement as an example for America's healing vs it's hate passed on and accepted thru their silence while American denies to support Reparations to the descendants of slavery known as  African Americans, Negroes, Colored, Blacks or as we self define ourselves as ADOS for 400 years of slavery's  wrongs.

Will words from the book used to keep people in bondage now be used as the background to support the reparative model for atonement to work towards forgiveness and equity to begin racial healing by using faith books like the Bible to show how men who wronged people should atone and make it right seven by seven fold if multiplied we interpret it to be 49 generations down?

Are white people of faith congregations making excuses to continue in the honoring the institution of slavery, hate and oppressions by their silence and inactions towards reconciliation.  Does it require them to denounce their ancestors behaviors by carrying on traditions built on hate? What does it take to prepare them to be ready to change through moral and spiritual atonement through their commitment in support of ADOS reparations as the Black descendants of slaves who are owed money for labor not paid for and the promises not kept for liberties and justice for ADOS in the foundational promise America made but did not fulfill towards American Descendants of Slaves. 



This is a collaborative with several organizations and grass root organizations supporting black lives and their fight for reparations for African Descendants of Slaves in America.


This is effort and the funds raised will be used specifically for identity of descents of slaves and the millions of Black people who lived resiliently through the impacts of their ancestral relatives.    This conspiracy is detailed in understanding  (Psalm 83:4) in the Bible.


Slave services forced on our ancestors are recognized here and we are utilizing this page to honor them by educating anyone who wants to learn the proud heritage of Africans who were enslaved in America, in spite of conditions  created oppressed, regress and dehumanized them for the benefit of white superiority feelings and benefits. 

Advocates,  and educators like William A. Darity Jr., professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and their families do remember the harm.  Blacks are still pushing for reparations payments owed for the labor of families deprived of generational wealth building opportunities and are demanding it to be paid forward as it should to their families.   In doing so reparate concessions and reparations payments would be put to use by their heirs to start the process of their own healing which placed generations over four hundred years behind all of the other people who migrated to America. 


The  efforts of Black people around reparations are the beginning of a process to heal discords of the past wrongs of forced labor of and begin to make right the wrong of slavery.  It is a beginning to heal the hearts of families and to close some of the economic gaps created by that era which destabilized future generations of  slave descendants. This push by African American Descendants of Slaves a specific group of Black people  is to have the stolen labor, pain, genocide, screams, separation, lynching, stolen heritage, and the forbidden use of their native language and continued denied payments, promises and freedoms acknowledged and remembered and recompensed.  To remember that even when Black descendants of slaves began to thrive white descendants of those same en slavers destroyed the progress, they did and are doing everything to erase Black success, and there is still a remnant of the descendants of white slave owners  who show up and still intimidate black people for everyday acts of living. That social power wielding will not stop until the majority of whites who know that is wrong do right and come collectively against the few engineering acceptable social behavior changes.


You can click on any bold words to get more information on Black stories  from the mouths of African American descendants  in truth telling project  across America.