Black Minnesotan leaders in MN speak out about their negative experience with Dr. Daniel Bittman, superintendent of ISD 728 as well as the divisive racial movement that is impacting Minnesota and all American public school students. Dr. Bittman and all ISD 728 Board members were invited to hear a presentation by Kendall Qualls of Take Charge MN in September 2021 to learn more about the issues the black community faces in regards to education and disintegrating family structure … the superintendent and all board members declined attendance, although Dr. Bittman had agreed to meet at a later time with Mr. Qualls.
Just prior to their meeting, superintendent Dan Bittman labeled Mr. Qualls, founder of Take Charge MN and Kofi Montzka, founder of The Exodus Movement (see affiliates tab for links to these organizations), divisive, spreading misinformation and abruptly cancelled his meeting with Mr. Qualls without ever attending any of Mr. Qualls’ presentations.
Unfortunately, District 728 leadership failed to call out their own employee, Mr. Troy Johnson, who calls for violence against White European business owners, see tab on this webpage “Teacher Recordings May 2021.” 728 United found the behavior of superintendent Dr. Daniel Bittman hypocritical in light of the District’s non-response to their own employee’s behavior.
We leave it to the community to form their own opinion after reviewing the email communication and listening to the interview below.”
728 Superintendent Denies Black Leaders a Voice
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