Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors was identified in a press release as co-chair of an art company that has profited from several activist groups that call Cullors a co-founder and leader, which charity experts say amounts to self-dealing and raises ethical and legal questions.
Black Lives Matter (BLM) Global Network Foundation, BLM PAC, and Reform LA Jails — three activist groups Cullors claims to have co-founded and led — have provided business to the art company… Trap Heals was founded and run by Damon Turner, the father of Cullors’ only child, the DCNF found.
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Paul Kamenar, the counsel for the conservative watchdog group National Legal and Policy Center, said BLM Global Network’s dealings with Trap Heals raises questions given that the organization’s bylaws, which the group provided to the New Mexico office of the attorney general in March, state that only one person serves on its board of directors.
“Trap Heals’ contract with Black Lives Matter Global Network in 2018 raises troubling questions not only because of the personal and business relationship between Patrisse Cullors and Damon Turner but also because it appears from BLM’s Bylaws that Cullors is the sole Director,” Kamenar said. “Most nonprofits have at least three Directors and many large ones have more than that so that there is accountability and oversight.”
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