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 with St. Paul Public Schools and what she calls a push to lower academic and behavioral standards. She co-founded The Exodus Minnesota in 2016 with four other Black moms to promote excellence in education and showcase how it provides a path out of poverty.
Alfrieda and Oredola join Roshini to share how they, along with other mothers, are taking action to overcome education Issues.
June 2, 2021 @ 3:43 am
I’m so encouraged to hear that you are striving to strengthen faith, education & family values. The strength of character children need you are demonstrating by your volunteer efforts with TakeCharge Minnesota. I am a Canadian great grandmother and it is so reassuring to hear others with values that truly affirm & build children. I’m hoping your message is heard across the whole continent. Thank you!