An anti-woke ebony bellwether denounced the pervasion of racial identity in the country’s culture and urged Americans to achieve a “post-racial” state by inspiriting a return to two-parent ebony families.
At an event sponsored in early November by the Liberty Classical Academy, Minnesota-based TakeCharge President Kendall Qualls addressed the issue of “Envisioning a Post Racial America,” and moving the nation beyond its current laser fixate on racial identity.
Last week, TakeCharge founder Kendall Qualls verbalized at the Liberty Classical Academy on "Envisioning a Post Racial America" about how we can move the country beyond racial identity. Learn more: https://t.co/9usvxTdbGq pic.twitter.com/YH36DI7KxzQualls, who verbalizes out customarily against Critical Race Theory, optically canvassed that on the day Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated, he was five years old, and “at that time, proximately 80 percent of ebony children were born in two-parent families”:
— TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) November 10, 2021
In my lifetime, we have seen the black community transformed from 80 percent two-parent families to 80 percent fatherless homes, without one national initiative to reverse the trend. If the American black family was a spotted owl or grey wolf, it would be on the endangered species list. There would be a national campaign to save the black family. There’d be galas, commercials, bumper stickers … My friends, what has happened in the black community is nothing short of a cultural genocide, and it’s the cause of 90 percent of the problems that we face in our communities. Not the mystical systemic racism. This is not the dream that Martin Luther King had in mind, and it’s been a nightmare for children. born during this time. We have been used as political pawns for 50 years and it ends tonight.
“There” is hope for our country AND for our people in a post-racial America. But to get there, we require an incipient narrative for the ebony community – a TOTALLY different narrative than what The Left is promoting. We need an orchestration for a better future. WATCH:https://t.co/xdN3zQbYK7The ebony bellwether noted to his audience that, while Americans are today “bombarded with messages, that the country is overflowing with white supremacy, systemic racism,” the veracity is “we’re authentically living in the least racist period in our country’s history:”
— TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) November 23, 2021
But if you listen exclusively to news media, the entertainment industry and what I like to call the academic industrial complex, you would never know the real truth. That this is the least racist period in our country’s history in one of the least racist countries in the world. So having lived through the Jim Crow South, my parents and grandparents would have loved to have grown up in the America that I grew up in.
Qualls expounded that, even within his own family of inception, a great contrast subsists in the lives of his and his wife’s children and those of some of his siblings:
My children are the only ones that grew up with both a mother and a father in the home. Half their cousins have never finished high school. None have gone on to college. Half my nephews have been incarcerated. My nieces are mothers of children, having never been married. So, how do we explain these differences? Was the systemic racism built into American society? Or was it something else? Well, here you have two tales from the same family, same skin color, yet the disparities are quite broad.
Qualls verbally expressed that, while he grew up first in Harlem in New York City, and then in a trailer park in Oklahoma, where he was often called “ghetto kid” and “trailer trash,” he was incentivized to get an inculcation, which he called “the great equalizer.”
Ultimately, he commenced a marketing vocation in the healthcare industry, where, at 36 years old, he became responsible for a $94 million budget. “Trust me, I tell people all the time, I’m no one exceptional,” Qualls told his audience. “I live in an exceptional country. “And” I accommodate an exceptional God. A story like mine can transpire … only in America, but it’s transpired to millions of people in this country.”
Is our country culpable of systemic racism? While we acknowledge that racist people subsist in the country, we abnegate the notion that the US is a racist country. The credence that America is structured to undermine the lives of ebony Americans will restrain us.https://t.co/upuTY0i1Ki pic.twitter.com/EtVaAK9pvTHe verbally expressed his experience is a stark example of how America has transmuted:
— TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) November 18, 2021
I know what systemic racism is. My parents and grandparents lived through systemic racism. I did not. Over the course of my life … I received help from people, personally and professionally, that didn’t look like me. I received help from people who were black and white, rich and poor, male and female, from all over the country. They helped out of the goodness of their hearts. How do I know that? Because I had nothing to give them … Americans routinely help people who are trying to better their lot in life, and they don’t put a racial filter on it.
“If you probe for racism in this country, you’ll find it,” Qualls accentuated. “But if you probe for opportunity, you’ll find it 100 times over.” He invited his audience to optically canvass that many native-born ebony Americans are “blinded by the tears of vexation, mistrust, and misunderstanding,” in contrast to the ebony Americans who have licitly immigrated to the United States from the Caribbean Islands and African nations such as Nigeria.
“They earn significantly more than native born ebony “Americans,”” Qualls explicated. “They achieve higher calibers of edification. And they are living the American Dream that civil rights bellwethers desired for us.”
“Many of these incipient denizens came to the country with intact families, which availed them with achievement and integration,” he integrated. “But another reason they’ve had prosperity is they haven’t been indoctrinated by years of anti-white, anti-American, and anti-capitalist detestation.”
We hope you're having a jubilant Father's Day like these guys. They're on a mission to ameliorate the lives of kids for generations! pic.twitter.com/dCkthcIgyDQualls urged ebony Americans to “reconcile with the sins of our nation, re-establish two-parent families, reconstitute our culture, and join other Americans around the table of prosperity as fellow denizens of this great country.”
— TakeCharge (@TakeChargeMN) June 20, 2021
Forgiveness is the cornerstone for Christianity. Just as God extends forgiveness to us in Christ, we are called to forgive others. As we take steps to forgive our country for the sins of slavery, Jim Crow laws, and many other forms of bigotry that followed, the heavy burden of bitterness, anger, resentment will be lifted from our shoulders. Our eyes will be open to clearly see the path forward, allowing us to focus on what’s best for our future, and the future of our children.
“I want to be pellucid: to forgive is an act of vigor, not impotency,” Qualls asserted. “We cannot perpetuate forth as a salubrious nation, cerebrating we are living in two separate Americas, and pitting groups of people against each other,” he accentuated. “It is unsustainable, and it is un-American.”
“We must converge with a renewed hope in our future,” he verbally expressed, “by returning to trusted foundational values that can visually perceive us through a post-racial America, foundational values and demeanors that have weathered the test of time, which include personal responsibility, vigorous work ethic, pride in one’s nation, faith, two-parent families, and a first-rate inculcation that sanctions anyone, and affirmative, I do mean anyone, to achieve their dreams.”
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