Fully Charged: The traditional nuclear family can save the black community

Kendall and Sheila Qualls want to take the black community back to its roots.

Kendall and Sheila Qualls launch their new podcast "Fully Charged." (Alpha News)

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.

“Where you start in life is not where you have to stay in life,” Kendall said. “Everyone’s story is going to be different. Everyone’s pathway is going to be different. But to say that it can’t happen is such a defeatist attitude.”

“What’s driving the racial disparities today — it’s not racism, it’s not white privilege. It’s not systemic racism. It’s the fatherless home problem,” he added.

Sheila said this started with President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society program, which “totally changed the character of the black family.”

“It’s really sad, to be honest with you. I call it a cultural genocide,” Kendall commented.

Their goal is to kickstart a movement to restore the two-parent family in the black community.

“It is the basic building block for every civilization,” Kendall said.

The lack of a stable family structure has been a detriment to children, their academic achievement, and their life goals, Kendall added.

Kendall and Sheila pointed to data from the U.S. Census Bureau showing a “direct correlation” between unwed births and low household incomes.

“Marriage reduces poverty rates by 80-90% in every demographic, but you’ll never see the traditional nuclear family promoted as a solution,” Kendall continued.

Kendall and Sheila said they want to take the black community back to its roots of “faith, family, and education.”



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