Some local BLM chapters have formed a coalition that they call BLM 10 Plus, which are uniting under statements that seek greater accountability from the parent nonprofit.
According to a report from the Daily Mail over the weekend, the father of Michael Brown — who was shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Mo. in 2014 — has expressed support for BLM 10 Plus’s goal to get to the bottom of Cullors’s purchases of homes in California and Georgia valued collectively at more than $3 million, as well as the management of BLMGNF’s millions that it has … Read More ➡
6/2/21- Paul Kamenar, Counsel to the National Legal and Policy Center, is interviewed by John Hines on One America News Network. They discuss the resignation of Patrisse Cullors from the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Cullors finances, including the ownership of four homes, have become the subject of controversy in recent days.… Read More ➡
6/1/21- NLPC Counsel Paul Kamenar is interviewed on America’s Voice about the resignation of Patrisse Cullors from the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Cullors resigned in the wake of reports that she owns four homes.… Read More ➡
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has apparently been forced out of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) in the wake of controversy over her finances.
The April 10 New York Poststory about Cullors owning four homes was followed by additional reports of cozy financial relationships with “nonprofit” groups she founded.
Although there are a number of groups that have Black Lives Matter in their names, BLMGNF has been the main recipient of corporate funds, totaling some $90 million. This has prompted tensions within the movement with some questioning where all the money is going.
About the articles, Cullors said, “Those were right-wing attacks that tried to discredit my character, and I don’t operate off of what the right thinks about me.”… Read More ➡
California officials have issued three warnings to a nonprofit group started by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors that it has failed to file required financial disclosures.
In September and again in February and March, the California Attorney General’s Office notified Cullors’ organization, Dignity and Power Now, that it was delinquent in filing the financial information, according to documents obtained by The Daily Signal.
The California Attorney General’s Office gave The Daily Signal a copy of the March letter. The National Legal and Policy Center provided the previous letters, one dated Sept. 4 and the other Feb. 2, to The Daily Signal.
The Virginia-based National Legal and Policy Center, which tracks nonprofits, monitors the finances of nonprofit groups associated with Cullors. NLPC Chairman Peter Flaherty said it is important to know where … Read More ➡