Black school choice movement ‘explicitly rejects' cultural movement that US is racist
Added 05-10-21 04:17:02pm EST - “A Minnesota black school choice movement has blasted the notion of the United States as being racist wholly false. What are the details? The movement, TakeCharge Minnesota, is a school choice movement founded in the black community…” - Theblaze.com
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A Minnesota black school choice movement has blasted the notion of the United States as being racist wholly false.
The movement, TakeCharge Minnesota, is a school choice movement founded in the black community and vows to tackle the idea of systemic racism.
The notion of systemic racism, the organization states, is "structured to undermine the lives of black Americans."
According to the organization's website, Kendall Qualls, a former U.S. Army officer and outspoken Republican, is leading the movement, which intends to counter that narrative and aims to "inspire and educate the black community and other minority groups in the Twin Cities to take charge of their own lives."
"We acknowledge that racist people exist in the country, but explicitly reject the notion that the United States of America is a racist country," the organization's website states. "This is a subtle, but significant difference! We also denounce the idea that the country is guilty of systemic racism, white privilege and abhor the concept of identity politics and the promotion of victimhood in minority communities."
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