ブラック・ライヴズ・マターはほぼ $  42 百万の資産: IRS文書

AP通信が取得した63ページの税務書類によると, ブラック・ライヴズ・マター・グローバル・ネットワーク・ファウンデーション・インクの幹部. ほぼ持っている $ 42 百万の資産, 以上を費やしているにもかかわらず $ 37 million from July 2020 6月まで 2021.

D'Zhane Parker, 左, Cicley Gay, センター, and Shalomyah Bowers pose for a portrait on Friday, 五月 13, 2022, アトランタで.

D’Zhane Parker, 左, Cicley Gay, センター, and Shalomyah Bowers pose for a portrait on Friday, 五月 13, 2022, アトランタで. (AP写真/ブリンアンダーソン)

ザ・ $ 37 million was spent on grants, real estate, consultants and other expenses.

BLM received $ 90 million in donations amid the 2020 protests and riots that were carried out in major cities across the 我ら. following the death of George Floyd. The foundation reports it invested $ 32 million in stocks from the $ 90 million in donations, according to the tax documents.

Organizers tell the Associated Press that the investment is expected to become an endowment to ensure the foundation’s work continues in the future.

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The foundation has an operating budget of $ 4 百万, a board member told the Associated Press, but the tax filing showed the BLM Foundation spent nearly $ 6 million on a mansion in 天使たち, レポートによると.

The BLM Foundation has operated as a nonprofit sponsored by a charity before it became an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit in December 2020, requiring it to publicly disclose its finances.

“この 990 reveals that (the BLM foundation) is the largest Black abolitionist nonprofit organization that has ever existed in the nation’s history. What we’re doing has never been done before,” said Shalomyah Bowers, the foundation’s board secretary.

Brian Mittendorf, Ph.D., an accounting professor at Ohio State University, said the disclosure will likely set up the foundation for criticism as itshuge windfall” があります “mismatch” そして “gapsin its data.

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It comes across as an early startup nonprofit, without substantial governance structure in place, that got a huge windfall,” Mittendorf told the outlet.

People are going to be quick to assume that mismatch reflects intent. Whether there’s anything improper here, that is another question,” the professor continued. “But whether they set themselves up for being criticized, I think that certainly is the case because they didn’t plug a bunch of those gaps.

Shalomyah Bowers, 左, Cicley Gay, センター, and D'Zhane Parker pose for a portrait on Friday, 五月 13, 2022, アトランタで.

Shalomyah Bowers, 左, Cicley Gay, センター, and D’Zhane Parker pose for a portrait on Friday, 五月 13, 2022, アトランタで. (AP写真/ブリンアンダーソン)

先月, Black Lives Matter was forced to defend its purchase of a multimillion-dollar mansion using donor funds after it sparked criticism on social media.

The foundation said it wasembracing this moment as an opportunity for accountability, healing, truth-telling, and transparency” 全豪オープンで2度優勝したビクトリアアザレンカは、金曜日のメルボルントーナメントであなたの子供を仕事に連れて行きました “working intentionally to rebuild trustafter it purchased the Creator’s House in California, which cost nearly $ 6 百万.

A woman holds a Black Lives Matter flag during an event outside the Minnesota State Capitol on May 24, 2021 in Saint Paul, ミネソタ.

A woman holds a Black Lives Matter flag during an event outside the Minnesota State Capitol on May 24, 2021 in Saint Paul, ミネソタ. (Kerem Yucel / AFP)

We apologize for the distress this has caused to our supporters and those who work in service of Black liberation daily,” 組織は言った, responding to the purchase and subsequent backlash.

The BLM Foundation started in 2013 after the death of Trayvon Martin, 17, and grew following the death of Michael Brown, 18, 翌年.

Shalomyah Bowers, who serves as the BLM foundation’s board secretary, said the foundation plans to launch atransparency and accountability centeron its website to make its financial documents available for public inspection.

フォックス・ニュース’ Kristine Parks and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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