BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors RESIGNS

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  • Cullors co-founded Black Lives Matter back in 2013
  • The organization has experienced a surge in donations in the past year following the death of George Floyd
  • Cullors came under fire last month after it was revealed she had amassed a $3 million property portfolio in recent years 
  • She called criticism of her personal spending a ‘racist and sexist’ attack by ‘right wing media’
  • However, BLM members have also called for a probe into the organization’s spending and  finances 
  •  The BLM foundation revealed in February that it took in just over $90 million last year; they spent a quarter of their assets on ‘operating expenses’
  • Cullors has allegedly only been paid $120,000 by BLM since its inception in 2013
  • Despite being a self-professed ‘trained Marxist’, she has amassed considerable wealth through speaking engagements and book and TV deals  
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Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors is stepping down as executive director of the organization amid controversy over her $3 million property portfolio.

Cullors, who has been at the helm of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation for nearly six years, announced the news on Thursday.

The 37-year-old activist told The Associated Press that she is leaving to focus on other projects, including the upcoming release of her second book and a multi-year TV development deal with Warner Bros.

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‘I’ve created the infrastructure and the support, and the necessary bones and foundation, so that I can leave,’ Cullors  stated. ‘It feels like the time is right.’

However, her departure comes after it was revealed last month that she has amassed a $3 million property portfolio, despite describing herself as a trained Marxist”.

Cullors faced fierce backlash over revelations about her personal spending – including the recent purchase of a $1.4 million home in a ritzy L.A. neighborhood.

It caused many to question what percentage of BLM donations were actually going towards social justice programs.



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