DiscoverFully Charged with Kendall and Sheila Qualls
Fully Charged with Kendall and Sheila Qualls
Claim Ownership

Fully Charged with Kendall and Sheila Qualls

Author: Kendall Qualls

Subscribed: 2Played: 32
Share

Description

Kendall and Sheila Qualls of TakeCharge explore the topics of faith, family, and education and their importance to the success of society.
18 Episodes
Reverse
Kendall Qualls and social scientist Wilfred Reilly discussed the 1619 Project and racism in America on the Fully Charged podcast this week.Reilly is an associate professor of political science at Kentucky State University. He also holds a law degree and is the author of "Hate Crime Hoax: How the Left is Selling a Fake Race War" and "Taboo: 10 Facts You Can't Talk About."
TakeCharge President and Founder Kendall Qualls and his wife, Sheila, recap the last 50 years of history in the black community, explain the tragedy, and point to marriage as a sign of hope.
Simon Whitehead was a teacher in Minneapolis Public Schools for 25 years until he resigned in 2017.He joined Kendall Qualls, president of TakeCharge, on the Fully Charged podcast to talk about the bureaucratic chaos in schools and the fallout for teachers and students.
Violence has become the norm in classrooms across Minnesota as teachers are discouraged from speaking out on the issue, former educator Debbie York told Kendall and Sheila Qualls on this week’s episode of Fully Charged. 
The black church is failing the community, Rev. Tim Christopher said on this week’s episode of Fully Charged.Christopher, a minister at Berean Missionary Baptist Church in downtown Minneapolis and the founder of Shepherds Works, joined Kendall and Sheila Qualls to discuss the crisis in the black community and ways they can come together to help the community. Christopher has been working with inner-city youth since 1992.
Fully Charged | Ep. 13 Babylon Bee: https://bit.ly/3DYqqwcSubscribe: https://fullycharged.buzzsprout.com/
Matt Audette decided to run for school board in Anoka-Hennepin last year after months of struggling with distance learning with his own children. He was elected in a landslide in one of the largest districts in the state and ran on a simple message: no more critical race theory in schools. But his concerns went much deeper, he told Kendall and Sheila Qualls on the Fully Charged podcast. 
On this week's episode of Fully Charged, Kendall and Sheila Qualls discuss the pushback they received from parents after airing a violent altercation in a girls' bathroom at Hopkins High School. 
A violent altercation, which appears to leave one student unconscious, was captured on video at Hopkins High School in Minnetonka, MN.Full story: https://bit.ly/3CDZ0K9https://secure.anedot.com/takecharge-minnesota/donatehttps://takechargemn.com/
In a world where we constantly hear about "white privilege" and "systemic racism," Jeff Bird, a white male, is making a difference in the lives of urban youth.
After living together for 16 years and having four children together, Keisha Bryant, a TakeCharge volunteer, decided to get married.Bryant said she was raised by a single mother and did not see the benefits of marriage."I thought it was only a piece of paper," she said. "It's so much more."Bryant decided, after becoming a TakeCharge volunteer, if she is going to be an example, she needs to walk the talk.She shared her story with Kendall and Sheila Qualls on this week's episode of the Fully Charged podcast.
Brandon Tatum, host of the nationally syndicated Officer Tatum Show, credits his success to education and the consistent presence of a strong father in his life.Tatum joined Kendall and Sheila Qualls this week on the Fully Charged podcast.
College is not the only path to the American dream, Kendall and Sheila Qualls say on this week's episode of Fully Charged. 
Kendall and Sheila Qualls talk with Corey Brooks, better known as the Rooftop Pastor, on this week's episode of Fully Charged.
What has happened to the black community over the past 50 years is nothing short of a cultural genocide, said Kendall Qualls, president of TakeCharge.On this week's episode of the Fully Charged podcast, Kendall and Sheila Qualls were joined by Kofi Montzka, attorney and TakeCharge ambassador. Montzka shared her personal story as they discussed the documentary, I AM A VICTOR, released last month.
Kendall and Sheila Qualls discuss how progressives are using schools to push their agenda at the expense of academic excellence on this week's episode of Fully Charged. 
Minnesota used to be the envy of the nation in terms of education and quality of life, but that is yesterday's legacy, Kendall and Sheila Qualls said on this week's episode of the Fully Charged podcast. The two discuss a new standard being proposed for teacher licensing in Minnesota, issues in education, and the importance of school choice. This podcast is a joint project of Alpha News and TakeCharge.
Kendall and Sheila Qualls want to take the black community back to its roots.The first episode of “Fully Charged,” hosted by political power couple Kendall and Sheila Qualls, debuted this week on Alpha News. The new podcast, a joint venture of TakeCharge and Alpha News, will explore the topics of faith, family, and education and their importance to the success of the black community. Additionally, Kendall and Sheila will debunk the lies about race peddled by the progressive movement. 
Comments 
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store