#ADOS - REPARATIONSCongressional Black CaucusPolitics Joy Reid & Guest Make Unsubstantiated Claims Against Black Activists by admin December 9, 2019 written by admin December 9, 2019 5 comments 3 FacebookTwitterEmail admin previous post Kamala Harris 2020: What Went Wrong & How We Got Blamed next post The Ghana Return: Finesse or Finance? Related Videos LGBT Is the New Black, and So Is... June 15, 2020 Kente Cloth Backlash & the Overlooked Flaw of... June 8, 2020 Obama Just Gave the System an Out June 3, 2020 Exposing How Bait & Switch Politics Led to... June 1, 2020 Birdwatching With Karen & the Hand That Tips... May 27, 2020 Joe Biden’s Interview w/ Charlamagne Was Offensive to... May 22, 2020 Diddy Wants to Withhold His Vote For an... April 29, 2020 Supreme Court Ruled on Byron Allen’s Case March 23, 2020 Should the Black Community Start a PAC? Reach... February 17, 2020 The Ghana Return: Finesse or Finance? December 16, 2019 5 comments Kenneth L. Caldwell December 24, 2019 - 8:36 pm Mrs. Cornell and Mr. Brown, You are both brilliant black people and I am proud of the work you are doing. My only comment is that I would like to see more of an understanding that the ADOS movement is only one cog in the machine that is black liberation. We need some elements of many of the philosophies that are out there. We need panafricanism, we need financial training and to develope our business prowess. We also need psychological healing. The area I work in that we also need as much as all the others is the area of spiritual developement. The pursuit of truth cannot feasibly end with a case against the white man for reparations. Any whole hearted pursuit of truth necessarily leads to God, if God is in fact real (and He is). It all works together. For instance, white people reject the truth because of its consequences. We say reparations. They hear complete social collapse. The kicker hear is…they are right. What they dont understand is that collapse is going to happen anyway whether by revolt, internal discord among whites, global warming, or some other tragedy. So, yes please continue to push for reparations. ADOS has the strongest platform I have seen. But if we get the “bag” (a big if) we must be ready to start civilization from scratch, possibly somewhere else. Let’s not repeat history with arguments and discord among ourselves that ultimately render all of our efforts less potent that they would be together. Said with much love and respect. Reply Karen Ashby March 25, 2020 - 1:19 am I love watching Yvette Carnelk! Reply Pamela Sistrom April 6, 2020 - 2:02 am That whole black diaspora, International unification of all people of African descent is not new. Marcus Garvey believed in that unity… they deported him. Lack people in Nigeria don’t really care about the unique and dreadful experiences of our ADOS. For that matter, the kinds of unity Dr King and Malcom talked about was a unity of all the poor and disenfranchised. That’s probably one of the reasons they both were brutally murdered. ADOS are the best people to lead all of us. They speak the truth, things all Americans should be concerned about. I’ll stick with my allegiance to Yvette Carnell and I doubt she wants to join forces with any Pan Africanist, Black Diaspora etc. she is for us…. right here in America where all Americans need to wake up! Admit to our tragic racism directed most destructively at our ADOS. Until white America acknowledges our past, present and laws to keep it going, structuralized, institutionalization racism, America will suffer, This crazy ass Preacher is teaching Bible Study in the Whitehouse…. regularly scheduled Bible Study attended by Trump, Pence other cabinet members and that precious Betsy Devos. His name is Ralph Drollinger. His recent teaching on Gods Wrath stars that the Corona virus is a result of Gods Wrath over homosexuality, abortion and the “false religion of environmentalism”. He is known for hating gays, women and even Catholics! During Katrina, there was an LGBTQ international conference in New Orleans either right before or during the hurricane. The brilliant Jerry Falwell described it as punishment for homosexuality. America can never be great until we cop to the massive injustice done and doing to our ADOS, Reparations now, Reparations forever. I know someone could say, “You’re just an old white cracker woman….. you got nothing to say about black People. Just listen to Yvette. In my not humble opinion, she shouldn’t have to join up with any other movement(s). Her work stands by itself. Would you suggest to Malcolm or Dr King that they should join in, broaden their message? Of course not. They were men. Your post was very polite, but I think you underestimate the power in the truth she shares with us. One no longer has to be a black male Preacher to be a leader of our ADOS It will never be right for us until it’s alright…. and JUST for our ADOS I love you, Yvette! Reply Karen Ashby March 25, 2020 - 1:45 am I religiously watch Yvette Carnell to get my clues on what’s really going on in our neighborhoods, who we are, where we are! Have we ever been FREE? Were we EMANCIPATED or NOT? We have been dupped & we’ve been scorned but race is & has been the Main Consequence! But for RACE we have no FACE! We are justified because we are here on the edge of history & WHITE SUPREMACY is the “code of conduct” since day one, SLAVERY, JIM CROW, Civil Rights & lack of Economic Inclusion are factors that created our PROBLEMS but as J. Edgar Hoover said the problems we have will end when we attain BLACK UNITY! Imagine ALL BLACK Judges, Politicians, Doctors, Instructors, Laborers, Entrepreneurs, Wealthy, Poor, Nigerians, Californians, Figians, Australians, Americans, Mexicans, Cubans, Construction Workers, Women, Children, Men, Military Personnel, Bankers, Personalities, Living, Dead & Yet To Be Born! Reply Habib Johnson March 28, 2020 - 3:09 pm To veggieback off of the Brother, you are on point. Im looking into exploiting the benefits of our AfroIndian Ancestry as far as citizenship goes as well. From the Treaty of 1866 we should develop our reparations out of the general allotments that we were deprived of due to the inconsistencies of the dawes commission etc. Examining the Curtis Act of 1898 we will certainly develop direct claims the court has already dealt with. Politically, we need to pressure our political representatives more effectively. What’s the percentage of our ppl who actually attend and participate effectively in those meetings? Judicially we have to make the legal field an art form developed at an early age. If our ppl had access to Counsel, it’s my belief that we would have more civil suites than ever. Economically, the Black Enterprise has already positioned itself to becoming a Global Force to be reckoned with. Two of the largest Black Owned Investment Banking Firms just merged. Its about Central Banking with us at the time. We deposit our wealth in institutions that wont lend us a dollar on our own deposits. GTFOH! The Black Church and its depositors should give us the leverage to deal great in Economics. Ijs! Great work everyone! Reply Leave a Reply to Karen Ashby Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.