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Patrisse Cullors Responds To The Report That Alleges BLM Founders Used Donations To Buy A $6 Million Residence 

Earlier it was reported by New York Journal that the founders of “Black Lives Matter,” used donations to buy a $6 million dwelling out in California. Now, Patrisse Cullors, one of many three founders, who resigned final 12 months, responds to the report.

In a press release posted to social media, Patrisse stated, “Yesterday’s article in New York Journal is a despicable abuse of a platform that’s supposed to offer truthful info to the general public. Journalism is meant to mitigate hurt and inform our communities. That reality {that a} respected publication would enable a reporter, with a confirmed and really public bias towards me and different Black leaders, to put in writing a chunk full of misinformation, innuendo, and incendiary opinions, is disheartening and unacceptable.”

Patrisse did reference the house that was talked about within the piece and stated that it was bought in 2020 and used as a “area the place these inside the Black Lives Matter International Community Basis (BLMGNF) and broader motion neighborhood might work, create content material, host conferences and foster creativity.”

Nevertheless, after stepping down from her position inside the group, she talked about that she can’t discuss what the area is at present getting used for. Patrisse additionally shared that after the house was bought, it was not publicly introduced as a result of “the property wanted repairs and renovation.” Nonetheless, she made it clear that she doesn’t personal the property, nor has she ever lived there.

“I’ve by no means misappropriated funds, and it pains me that so many individuals have accepted that narrative with out the presence of tangible fact or info. However, this may quickly be made clear upon the discharge of the BLM 990s,” she added.


Take a look at her full assertion under:

As beforehand shared, studies in regards to the dwelling took place after a video of Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza and Melina Abdullah, the leaders of BLM, from final 12 months surfaced and confirmed the women sitting outdoors the house. That led to the allegations of the house being bought with donations to BLM.




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