There's a scene in Spike Lee's film on Malcolm X where a white woman approached him, asking what could she do help end the oppression we suffer. Malcolm answered her and said, "Nothing". For the longest time in my mind I was like 'Dag, why turn away someone willing to help'? Yet now after being fully engaged in the ADOS movement in fighting for reparations and a black agenda, I now understand exactly what Malcolm meant by this saying. There are plenty of white Americans marching with black people in these protests, and you also see scenes like the one above where they are renouncing their white privilege. However when we get to the crux of our dilemma, when it comes to putting real wealth into the hands of ADOS, the white socialist or liberal, by in large can't get behind it. At best, they are for kicking it down the road. Which of course means the continuation of the current system, and the continuation of our suffering. It's extremely rare to find white Americans like John Brown or Charles Sumner, people who are really after the freedom of black folk with no expectation of anything in return. They are almost non-existent. Ultimately, this is something ADOS people have to come together on in ourselves. We have to lift ourselves up with this message and fight for our inheritance.