BLM’s biggest donors play both ends against the middle, funding both the problem and the ‘solution’, here’s an example… <br><br>”There’s a profound paradox at work here:<br><br>A grant goes to a jobs program, but the investment helps perpetuate the wealth gap by keeping money and opportunities outside of black communities.<br><br>Grants go toward civic engagement, but the investment helps entrench a person in power who supports policies that prevent black voices from being heard<br><br>Grants made to defeat poverty links to an investment (in the case of Cadre and Kushner) that emboldens and deepens the pockets of a person who runs enterprises known to prey on low-income black renters.<br><br>Is this duality what keeps us circling around the same issues year and year and leaves the black community stagnant? “<br><br>Ummm, yeah.

BLM’s biggest donors play both ends against the middle, funding both the problem and the ‘solution’, here’s an example…

“There’s a profound paradox at work here:

A grant goes to a jobs program, but the investment helps perpetuate the wealth gap by keeping money and opportunities outside of black communities.

Grants go toward civic engagement, but the investment helps entrench a person in power who supports policies that prevent black voices from being heard

Grants made to defeat poverty links to an investment (in the case of Cadre and Kushner) that emboldens and deepens the pockets of a person who runs enterprises known to prey on low-income black renters.

Is this duality what keeps us circling around the same issues year and year and leaves the black community stagnant? “

Ummm, yeah.

How The Ford Foundation Is Investing In Black Prosperity And, Ironically, Jared Kushner

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