Source – geopolitics.co
– “…People ask, where does all the money come from to promote and hold nationwide protests that promote the destruction of America? Look no further than Technocrats in corporate America. This list does not include the hundreds of millions from foundations and NGOs”
$564 Million: The Corporate Technocrats Who Finance Social Justice And Anarchy
People ask, where does all the money come from to promote and hold nationwide protests that promote the destruction of America? Look no further than Technocrats in corporate America. This list does not include the hundreds of millions from foundations and NGOs. ⁃ TN Editor
by John Carney via Breitbart
Corporations are opening up their treasuries to give money to social justice causes, including Black Lives Matter, in the wake of nationwide protests and riots over the death of George Floyd.
Many of the big companies are pushing their employees to do the same.
Some businesses are donating to controversial bail funds like the Minnesota Freedom Fund that seek to bail out protesters and rioters.
Here is a list thus far.
Sony Music—a fund “to support social justice and anti-racist initiatives around the world”—$100 million
Walmart—a new racial equity center—$100 million
Warner Music—campaigns against violence and racism and social justice causes related to music industry—$100 million.
Nike—“Organizations that put social justice, education and addressing racial inequality in America at the center of their work”—$40 million
Alphabet/Google—various organizations, starting with $1 million each to Center for Policing Equity and Equal Justice Initiative—$12 million
Amazon—American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation, Brennan Center for Justice, Equal Justice Initiative, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Bar Association, National Museum of African American History and Culture, National Urban League, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, United Negro College Fund (UNCF), Year Up—$10 million
Facebook—“groups working on racial justice”—$10 million
Target—long-standing partners such as the National Urban League and the African American Leadership Forum in addition to adding new partners in Minneapolis-St. Paul and across the country—$10 million
Verizon—National Urban League, NAACP, National Action Network, Leadership Conference for Civil and Human Rights, Rainbow Push Coalition, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund—$10 million
United Health—YMCA Equity Innovation Center of Excellence and Minneapolis-St Paul businesses—$10 million
Goldman Sachs—donor-advised fund to support “leading organizations addressing racial injustice, structural inequity and economic disparity”—$10 million
Spotify—matching employee donations—$10 million
Disney—organizations that advance social justice—$5 million
Procter & Gamble—NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, YWCA Stand Against Racism, and UNCF; also smaller organizations that mobilize and advocate, such as Courageous Conversation—$5 million
Cisco—Equal Justice Initiative, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Color of Change, Black Lives Matter, and a Cisco fund for fighting racism and discrimination—$5 million
Lego—organizations supporting black children and educating all children about racial equality—$4 million
Microsoft—Black Lives Matter, Equal Justice Initiative, Innocence Project, Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights, Minnesota Freedom Fund, and NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund—$1.25 million
Starbucks—“Organizations promoting racial equity and more inclusive and just communities” nominated by employees—$1.25 million
Intel—support of efforts to address social injustice and anti-racism across various nonprofits and community organizations, and encouraging employees to consider donating to organizations focused on equity and social justice, including the Black Lives Matter Foundation, the Center for Policing Equity, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, all of which are eligible for Intel’s Donation Matching Program—$1 million
Uber—Equal Justice Initiative and Center for Policing Equity—$1 million
Duke Energy—nonprofit organizations committed to social justice and racial equity–$1 million
The Travelers Companies—organizations such as the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, the National Urban League, YWCA Minneapolis, and the We Love Midway fund established by the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the City of St. Paul–$1 million.
Warby Parker—organizations “combating systemic racism”–$1 million
PwC Charitable Foundation—NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Dream Corps, ACLU, and the Center for Policing Equity—$1 million
Glosser—$500,000 to various organization that are focused on combating racial injustice, including Black Lives Matter, the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and We The Protesters; also an additional $500,000 in grants to black-owned beauty businesses—$1 million.
Etsy—$500,000 to the Equal Justice Initiative, $500,000 to Borealis Philanthropy’s Black-Led Movement Fund, and match any employee donations—$1 million.
Yelp Foundation—Equal Justice Initiative and NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund—$500,000
H&M—NAACP, ACLU, and Color of Change—$500,000
Levi’s—$100,000 to the ACLU and $100,000 in grants to Live Free USA—$200,000
Lululemon—the Minnesota Freedom Fund—$100,000
Total: $563.8 million