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Updated: Apr 17

Xenophobia is the excessive fear, dislike, and even hostility toward of anything “foreign” or to anything and anybody from outside one’s own social group, nation, or country.

Is American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) a form of social Xenophobia? Yes, ADOS is a lineage-focused political movement that seeks to advocate for people who are descendants of the enslaved Africans in America from its colonial period onward. It focuses on the difference between African Americans whose ancestors were slaves and those whose ancestors were not, calling for the descendants of slaves to be given priority over other African Americans and to have their own racial classification. They believe that the differences are enough to establish different ethnicities between the groups and that descendants of slaves are disadvantaged compared to other African Americans. Their skepticism concerning immigration has attracted criticism and the suggestion that they are dividing African Americans and targeting Democrats. One of its founders, Yvette Carnell, was a board member of the anti-immigration group "Progressives for Immigration Reform" and in a YouTube video was shown wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat. The group has received support from conservatives including Ann Coulter who tweeted “I like #ADOS, but I think it should be #DOAS — Descendants of American slaves. Not Haitian slaves, not Moroccan slaves.”and criticism from the left.[1]


Updated: Apr 17


WHERE IS OUR ANCESTRAL LAND! The vast majority of those who were enslaved and transported in the transatlantic slave trade were people from Nubia, Kemet (Arab Slave trade) Central and West Africa, who had been sold by other West Africans to Western European slave traders (with a small number being captured directly by the slave traders in coastal raids), who brought them to the Americas. The major Atlantic slave trading nations, ordered by trade volume, were the Portuguese, the British, the French, the Spanish, the Dutch Empires, and the Danish, along with an occasional Norwegian. Several had established outposts on the African coast where they purchased slaves from local African leaders. These slaves were managed by a factory, who was established on or near the coast to expedite the shipping of slaves to the New World. Slaves were imprisoned in a factory while awaiting shipment. With that said, we are seeking political assistance from African Nations for our return and resettlement initiatives.


Updated: Apr 17


Former African Union Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao, had a vision to build a real Wakanda in Africa. The project, dubbed Wakanda One Village Project, would have consisted of five African Centers of Excellence in each of the five regions of the African continent. Mr. Sapp, President of KNC and part of the six region of Africa met with the Ambassador. He inform the Ambassador, DEAUS will not support the project because the AU has not establish a rapport with DEAUS. We have no migration, AU passport policy, etc. policy in place. Mr. Sapp visited the great Nation of Tanzania on occasions and secure land for a DEAUS center of excellence via the AU Mission, but the AU Ambassador was relieved of her duties. Yet, there is still and opportunity to secure land in Tanzania for the city of Ta Meri.