Blm Buys 1.Million House Reddit

It sparked a backlash from opponents who pointed out that Cullors and her BLM co-founder are both trained Marxists. We are well-versed in, well, ideological ideas. Critics such as RedState's Nick Arama noted: [I] It's worth noting that the area's demographics only include roughly 1.4 percent black individuals. So she's not exactly living true to her beliefs. Jason Whitlock shared a link to a piece, but it was quickly removed by Twitter.

Patrisse Khan-Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter, bought a $1.4 million property in Topanga Canyon, an isolated region of Los Angeles with a black population of fewer than 2%. The self-described Marxist is now receiving backlash for the costly purchase, particularly from African-American sports writer Jason Whitlock. Whitlock addressed the topic in a tweet last week, saying, Black Lives Matter Founder buys $1.4 million house in Topanga, which has a 1.4 percent black population. She's with her tribe! He also sent a link to the article on the celebrity real estate site The Dirt. Twitter swiftly removed his message and suspended his account for breaking our policy prohibiting the publication of private information.

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As we reported at the time, the stories sparked a wave of accusations that Cullors, who had been at the forefront of massive civil rights protests over police killings of Black Americans in the spring and summer of 2020, misappropriated millions of dollars in donation money collected by the newly formed BLMGN foundation to purchase the homes.

Cullors resigned as executive director of the foundation in May 2021, citing that she wanted to explore other opportunities. A representative for the foundation informed Snopes in an email in April 2021 that Cullors had been paid a total of $120,000 from the organization's creation in 2013 and 2019. According to the statement, she received no compensation after 2019.

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