The unraveling of Black Lives Matter continues… My commentary is in CAPS
““Tanya has refused to accept any responsibility for her actions or behavior. Instead, she has chosen to criticize and vilify people expressing concerns or dissent and to lay blame upon individuals who left the chapter over her irresponsible and authoritarian leadership,” the letter said.” THIS STARTED WITH THE FOUNDERS/AFFILIATES/MINIONS IN FERGUSON.
“Among the accusations, Lewis said, Faison held media events and protests on behalf of black men killed by police, telling the group the victims’ families wanted those events, when it turned out they did not. That happened multiple times with the family of Stephon Clark, the unarmed black man fatally shot by police in March 2018, Lewis said.” THIS ALSO STARTED IN FERGUSON. THEY HIJACKED OUR MOVEMENT.
“Black Lives Matter Sacramento accepts donations from the public, but the group does not have records of how Faison spent those donations, or how much has come in, Lewis said. The group is working to find out, she said.” TO THIS DAY THERE HAS NOT BEEN A FULL ACCOUNTING OF MONEY FUNNELED THROUGH FERGUSON BY BLM, DERAY, TALIB KWELI, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVISTS, PROMINENT PROTESTERS, CLERGY OR NONPROFITS.
The group recently started receiving a two-year grant for $100,000 from the California Endowment to fund the salary of the “black liberation director” — the position that Faison currently holds, according to Ben Hudson, Jr., executive director of the Sacramento-based Gender Health Center. The nonprofit is BLM Sacramento’s fiscal sponsor, meaning the grant money flows through it until BLM Sacramento achieves nonprofit status, Hudson said. THIS IS GENERALLY HOW IT WORKS. THE ‘BLACK LIBERATION DIRECTOR’ GETS PAID OFF THE BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS OF OTHERS TO THE BENEFIT OF THE NPIC.
DARREN AND I EXPOSED THIS IN 2014. MOFOS DIDN’T WANT TO LISTEN.
Citing ‘patterns of abuse,’ Black Lives Matter Sacramento ousts founder Tanya Faison
Black Lives Matter founder Tanya Faison has been removed as the head of the group. A letter on Twitter cited “patterns of abuse” by Faison, who started BLM to protest police officer abuse of African Americans.