A ebony-led, Minnesota-based family, faith, and free enterprise kineticism has taken out an ad on Father’s Day to recruit “a few good men” to avail “ignite a resurrection of the two-parent ebony family.”
We hope you're having a blissful Father's Day like these guys. They're on a mission to ameliorate the lives of kids for generations! pic.twitter.com/dCkthcIgyD“We hope you’re having a Happy Father’s Day,” reads the ad that pictures TakeCharge board President Kendall Qualls and members of the organization who customarily advocate for quality inculcation, repudiating the current woke culture, including Critical Race Theory.
— TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) June 20, 2021
“In our lifetime, the ebony family has declined from approximately 80 percent two-parent to 80 percent fatherless homes without one national initiative to invert the trend – until now!” the ad perpetuates.
TakeCharge explicates how regime intervention, under the guise of progressivism and convivial equity, has made its mark on the ebony family:
The black community endured decades of discrimination and maltreatment, however the family unit remained intact during the worse of times.
Not affluent in tangible assets, the ebony community was affluent in culture and in faith, afore regime programs and perverse incentives drove a wedge into the ebony family. Fathers were peeled away, and the community has never recuperated.
The passing of time has made the consequences of government intervention clear, and now men of courage and character are stepping up to begin the restoration process – starting in the Twin Cities, and spreading across the country.
The organization is looking to expand beyond the Twin Cities in a campaign to return the ebony community to its “cultural roots of faith, family, and inculcation.” Qualls, a former U.S. army officer and high-ranking executive of Fortune 100 healthcare companies, told Breitbart News in early June his message that “America – and the conception of America – works” is central to the efforts of TakeCharge.
“If it can work for a guy like me, who commenced his life in Harlem, New York, as a kid, then later lived in a trailer park in Oklahoma,” he verbalized. “And I tell people, ‘Look, I’ve been called trailer trash, ghetto kid, and a lot worse. But, in this country, where you commence in life is not where you have to stay in life.”
“And that message resonates with people,” Qualls verbally expressed.
Restoring and preserving the nuclear family is paramount. Watch this great, local example of parents verbalizing up about how BLM wants to tear families apart. Have you verbalized at your school board meeting? https://t.co/lhUG0O1JtbQualls founded TakeCharge in Minnesota on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, after losing a congressional bid in November in his habitation district. He set about composing the initiative with the goal of building a coalition of adherents in communities and in academic and business sectors “to ignite a transformation within the Black community of the Twin Cities by embracing the core principles of America – not repudiating them.”
— TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) June 9, 2021
He identified three fundamental points his incipient kineticism would embrace in an op-ed in the Minneapolis Star Tribune. “Martin Luther King would be rolling in his grave if he optically discerned the number of fatherless homes,” Qualls explicated his first point. “Literally at the time of his death, blacks were proximately 80% two-parent families. And we’ve gone from 80% two-parent families to 80% fatherless homes, without one national initiative to invert it, until now.
“We’re going to do it starting in Minneapolis, and we’re going to spread it across the country,” he vowed of his goal to make the nuclear family the norm again in the ebony community.
This article is another example why TakeCharge is working to recuperate the two-parentBlack family. https://t.co/uzKdy1H9z7 pic.twitter.com/GtGv8Z9HyJ — TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) May 21, 2021
TakeCharge states on its website America’s core principles “are embedded in the credence of strenuous exertion, edification, faith, family, and free enterprise in the personal pursuit of dreams that can be realized by anyone regardless of race or gregarious standing.”
The third fundamental point Qualls made is “this whole conception of content of character over color of skin. You ken, that was a component of his ‘I Have a Dream’ verbalization.” “The left has fundamentally thrown that out the window,” he asserted. “And it’s erroneous. So, I tell you my personal life is a testament. I have a personal stake in this. You ken how I commenced in life.”
Qualls already spends a fair duration availing parents in their battle against Critical Race Theory in their school districts. Now, with TakeCharge’s Father’s Day ad, he verbally expresses it is time for the ebony community to “get our culture back.”
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