Patrisse Cullors is one of the three leaders of Black Lives Matter Inc. This is the non-profit that owns the official Black Lives Matter website and raked in $90 million in donations in 2020. A large portion of the money went towards transsexual advocacy.
Cullors herself has recently purchased four different houses, each costing about a million apiece.
Cullors also has her own personal non-profit called Reform LA Jails. Currently, the Reform LA Jails website is a dead website. The old domain name is now redirecting to a new site called “Yes on R,” which is a new “project by Patrisse Cullors.” Alexa and Similarweb report that both domain names are receiving virtually no traffic at all. The group is being operated as a project of a 501(c)(4) in San Fransisco called Tides Advocacy.
Public records show that she used the non-profit to pay herself a staggering $20k per month. She also spent $26k from the non-profit at the luxurious Calamigos Guest Ranch and Beach Club in Malibu, California. She lists the $26k as expenses for “meetings.” Rooms start at $600 per night and guest has exclusive access to a private strip of the Malibu beach.
In 2019, Reform LA Jails took in $1,398k and spent $792k. A lot of money went to so-called “consultants,” who are probably close friends of Cullors. The group also held a private party at the home of Jane Fonda.
Cullors is famous for her endorsements of Marxism. As recently as December 14th, 2020 Patrisse Cullors proudly re-affirmed that she is a Marxist, telling her followers “I do believe in Marxism and its philosophy.”