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About Take2 America Foundation

The concept of Take2 America began in 2016 as a needed solution for conflict resolution in everyday living and a means to help our youth manage and overcome adverse situations. It was conceptualized as an outlet to communicate, identify causes and effects, and jointly create a plan of action to resolve issues and become a catalyst of change.

Our goal is to contribute toward manifesting justice, love, peace, and nonviolence in humanity's hearts and souls. Healing society's wounds by contributing toward identifying a path to alleviate the pain that exists within our society will make a way for pride, power, strength, and togetherness.

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MISSION: 
TO EDUCATE, ENGAGE, AND EMPOWER PEOPLE FOR POSITIVE CHANGE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
VISION: 
ADVANCING EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS TO ENGAGE COMMUNITY…LIVING & WORKING TO HELP EACH OTHER TOWARD COMMON GOALS.
VALUES: 
THE CORE VALUES OF T2AF ARE:
  • ACCOUNTABILITY
  • RESPECT
  • EMPOWERMENT
  • CREATE CHANGE-MAKERS
  • PEACE
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Take2 America Foundation has formed partnerships which have led to the growth within the organization:
The University of Rhode Island, Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies
Andrew J. Young Foundation
South Fulton Arrow Youth Council

Leadership

John "J.T." Johnson

Take2 America Foundation, Inc. was founded by J.T. Johnson, a civil rights activist and business consultant. He is a National Board Member of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) and President and CEO of Coach Consulting, Inc., a business management and strategic business solutions company.

 

As a Field Organizer in the 1960’s, J.T. assisted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rev. Ralph David Abernathy in their efforts as they navigated the explosive climate of the Civil Rights Movement that swept the nation. After more than 60 years, J.T. Johnson has remained committed and dedicated to social change in our society as he continues to carry out the vision of the Civil Rights Movement.

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