A nonprofit organization started by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors reportedly brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars in 2016 but claimed not to have made more than $50,000 in donations that year.
Dignity and Power Now, a group that Cullors set up in 2013 to help Black and minority prisoners, brought in at least $225,000 in 2016, but only disclosed $50,000 to the IRS, according to the New York Post. Since the group only reported $50,000, it did not have to file a complete a return or outline all of its spending and donations. Cullors is listed as the founder on Dignity and Power Now’s website.
Los Angeles-based Resnick Foundation gave the organization $100,000 and California Initiative gave the group $125,000, according to the Post.
Dignity and Power Now also reportedly did not disclose its donations to the California attorney general, which regulates charities in
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