Ida B. Wells Center on American Exceptionalism and Restorative Justice collaborates and cooperates with the Sons & Daughters of the Enslaved (SADE) to honor the memory and preserve the dignity of the men, women and children stripped of their liberty and forced into a life of slavery during the colonization and formulation of America. By partnering, we become a unify voice to restore justice and rewrite history for the men, women and children illegally, unfairly and unjustly forced into a life of slavery in building and sustaining America. We stand strong together with One Voice speaking against racial injustices and racial disparities in America, and advocating for reformation and restitution for all lineages affected by colonial slavery in America.
Stewardship Proposal - Stand with the Sons and Daughters of the Enslaved
Sons & Daughters of the Enslaved (SADE) believes in speaking with One Voice, and we invite others to join us in building a collaborative relationship to speak for those who are no longer able to speak for themselves. SADE is proud to be associated with many great organizations working together to restore justice and rewrite history for the men, women and children illegally, unfairly and unjustly forced into a life of slavery in America.
By aligning with SADE, you will become a steward in protecting, preserving and safeguarding memories, and advocating, reconciling, and restoring liberties to the men, women and children enslaved during colonial America. As a Steward, you stand strong with like-minded companies, organizations, and associates interested in proving the criminality of slavery, addressing the harm caused by the crime, and holding offenders accountable for their crime actions in instituting and perpetuating colonial slavery in America.
Sons & Daughters of the Enslaved (SADE) works in concert with the Ida B. Wells Center on American Exceptionalism and Restorative Justice and SEA-Change to engage academia in the review, analysis and intellectual advancement and discourse in the research and findings on the issue of black exploitation and criminal slavery in colonial America.
Sons & Daughters of the Enslaved (SADE) is the voice of the men and women enslaved in America. We stand strong together with One Voice speaking against racial injustices and racial disparities in America, and advocating for reformation and restitution for all lineages affected by colonial slavery in America.
Ida B. Wells Center on American Exceptionalism and Restorative Justice establishes the SADE’s legislative priorities and advocates on behalf of racial divide and racial disparity in America. By testifying at congressional committee hearings and interacting with congressional members, SADE plays an instrumental role in reframing America’s history and restoring justice to colonial slaves, who were denied their freedom and due process under English laws.
SADE is posed to testify before Congress, meet with elected officials and rally its national network of associates and supporters to ensure lawmakers understand the importance of equal treatment and equal rights for all Americans. With past memories of enslavement and present experiences of racial injustices, we stand strong together with One Voice, which can no longer be silenced and only be heard.
Join the Sons and Daughters of the Enslaved
Sons & Daughters of the Enslaved (SADE) extends an invitation to those interested in speaking up for those who no longer have a voice to speak for themselves.
SADE understand the unique bond shared with sons and daughters impacted by racial disparity and racial injustice in America. From conception, SADE strives to bring about change in how our ancestors were treated as slaves during colonial America, and how the pervasiveness of the master-slave mentality continues to shape the world we continue to live in. No matter where you stand, whether in the past or in the present, stand united with One Voice to speak for those, who no longer has a voice to speak for themselves, by joining us. Stand strong with SADE by linking chains to speak for all that is right and good FOR ALL AMERICANS.
The Voice of the Enslaved
If you’re interested in becoming a steward of what is right and seeing justice done to those who have done wrong, then complete SADE’s online form. We will not provide the mailing addresses of SADE associates and stewards or send emails to our associates and/or stewards with a endorsement or recommendation of affiliates’ products, services or events.