The Supreme Court

Updated: Jul 28, 2020

ADOS protest to support the Civil Rights Act of 1866.

ADOS and the SCOTUS:

It was a boreal morning on November 19, 2019. The ADOS DMV Region chapter set up shop with snacks and water as we hosted the protest to support the Civil Rights Act of 1866. Byron Allen and his Entertainment Studios used the Civil Rights Act of 1866 as a guideline to fight Comcast and Charter's decision to not carry his programs for distribution. Sean "Puffy" Combs and Curtis Jackson joined in with words of support for Byron Allen on how they were being mistreated. The ADOS DMV Region members, in spite of the cold weather, warmed up everything with chants about Reparations and supporting our Civil Rights Law of 1866 for the morning. When other member came to protest a show, Ros 'from the DMV', worked to conduct a mini-class via bullhorn to teach the group about ADOS and how we should be owning television stations and not merely working for them. Soon the other group (who were mostly ADOS by lineage) began chanting ADOS slogans and themes of Justice. Byron Allen arrived to the Supreme Court and an ADOS DMV Region member yelled, "A.D.O.S!" Byron Allen immediately engaged in conversation about the case and the frigid weather.

Upon exiting the S.C.O.T.U.S. Byron Allen came down to the base of the steps to speak with the ADOS DMV Region supporters of the Civil Rights Act of 1866.

Politics is an exchange, it is not a gift ! - Yvette Carnell

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