BLM gave $200,000 to Chicago group whose leader calls cops 'pigs'
The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation donated $200,000 during its 2021 fiscal year to a Chicago-based nonprofit whose executive director repeatedly has called cops "pigs."
Equity and Transformation (EAT), established in 2018, is a Chicago-based social justice nonprofit founded "by and for post-incarcerated people," according to its website. Recently released tax forms for the BLM Global Network Foundation reveal that they gave a "cash grant" of $200,000 to EAT during the 2021 fiscal year.
The group, which was founded by defund the police activist and community organizer Richard Wallace, who remains the...