On the 120th anniversary of Booker T. Washington’s biography, Up From Slavery, it’s important to revisit Washington’s life and philosophy. Especially as it relates to today’s environment of racial strife, division, and political leaders who would rather create a victim class based on race than the opportunities in underserved communities and renew a spirit of hope, faith, and independence.
Kendall and Sheila Qualls recently discussed CRT in Worthington, MN and this newsclip was sent to TakeCharge by a supporter. TakeCharge’s influence is spreading!
San Francisco’s school board provokes a likely recall election against three of its members.
By TakeCharge News StaffPortland, Oregon business owner James Burnett told TakeCharge News Staff that Critical Race Theory and the Black Lives Matter movement actually takes power away from blacks.“With free […]
By STARRS member Jane Hampton CookOne problem with Critical Race Theory (CRT) is that there is no room for forgiveness or growth. You’re either born an oppressor or are oppressed based […]
Original article by Dr. Susan Berry on breitbart.com The leader of a new black movement that celebrates the nuclear family, education, faith, and free enterprise asserts the left is “weaponizing” […]
The black community is missing out on the opportunities our country has to offer and it is not because of systemic racism or white privilege.By Kendall Qualls (original article published […]
By TakeCharge NewsHundreds of black children are stuck in failing public schools in Minnesota and Baltimore, with no options for their families to choose education alternatives that would support achievement […]
by Natalie Noury, Fox 21 NewsDULUTH, Minn.– Tuesday evening on Park Point, The Center of the American Experiment held an event at the Lafayette Park Community Center, after being denied […]