Non-profit tied to BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors ‘failed to disclose at least $175,000 in donations to the IRS’ leading to demands for audit

A non-profit group tied to Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors failed to report significant donations to the IRS, according to a new report.

Dignity and Power Now, a group that Cullors founded 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.

Because the group claimed it took in only $50,000, it did not have to file a return or outline all of its spending and donations to the IRS.

Cullors, who resigned from leadership of the Black Lives Matter Global Network after backlash over her lavish real estate spending, is listed as the founder on Dignity and Power Now’s website, and prior filings listed her as the group’s board chair.



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