Alfrieda Baldwin, wife, mother, grandmother & a TakeCharge MN Volunteer. Afrieda is working on opening a K-8 micro-school in the Twin Cities and wants to restore the Black community’s cultural roots of faith, family, and education. Oredola Taylor is Co-founder of The Exodus Minnesota and TakeCharge MN Volunteer. This mother of 3 sons became frustrated […]
Originally published in Breitbart by Dr. Susan BerryA Minnesota school choice movement founded in the black community aims to challenge the “woke” culture narrative that America is a systemically racist nation “structured to undermine the lives of black Americans.”TakeCharge Minnesota says its objective is “to inspire and educate the black community and other minority groups in […]
Original article published by Andrea WidburgThere is nothing that makes a happier Mother’s Day for this mother than enjoying an ad that attacks leftists right in their smuggest spot, which is their disdain for Southern states and Southern education. In Minneapolis, an organization called TakeCharge Minnesota placed an ad in the local paper exposing just how […]
Take Charge Minnesota President Kendall Qualls discusses the fight against ‘woke education’ spreading in schools across the U.S.
TakeCharge Minnesota president Kendall Qualls discusses the president’s remarks regarding systemic racism on ‘America’s Newsroom’.
A warm welcome to the fathers and husbands ready to take charge of transforming our culture and returning to our roots.
Q&A with Kendall Qualls: ‘It’s insulting to hear that Black people can’t get ahead because of systemic racism.’
Originally published by Minnesota ReformerRepublican who lost congressional race has started group aimed at lifting up Black families without governmentIn November, Republican Kendall Qualls lost a race to represent Minnesota’s 3rd District to U.S. Rep. Dean Phillips. Two months later on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Qualls launched TakeCharge Minnesota: “A new organization committed to countering the […]
Original article by Ryan Hiraki, OzyTension permeates the Twin Cities. Jury selection is underway in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, who faces second-degree murder and manslaughter charges for the death of George Floyd, a painful incident that sparked burning and looting throughout this Midwestern metro hub last year. Among the ruins, reflection and (slow) […]