BLM co-founder's consulting firm pulled in over $20K a month as she chaired LA jail reform group
Added 04-14-21 01:29:02pm EST - “The consulting firm of? Black Lives Matter? Global Network Foundation co-founder Patrisse Cullors pulled in over $20,000 a month while she served as the chairwoman of a Los Angeles jail reform initiative.” - Foxnews.com
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The consulting firm of Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation co-founder Patrisse Cullors pulled in over $20,000 a month while she served as the chairwoman of a Los Angeles jail reform initiative.
According to campaign finance data, Cullors' consulting firm, Janaya and Patrisse Consulting, received a total of $191,000 over the course of 2019 via payments from Reform LA Jails – also known as Vote Yes on R.
Cullors started the consulting firm with her spouse and BLM co-founder Janaya Khan. Cullors was listed as "principal officer" and "business owner" on the reported payments.
The first of the seven payments happened between January 2019 to the end of June of that year, where Cullors’ firm received $51,000, an FPPC report from the time detailed. Four more payments that totaled $60,000 were reported in a following filing that covered between July 2019 and the end of September 2019.
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