Claremont Institute unveils database tracking billions in corporate largesse to BLM, related causes
The organization claims to have identified more than $80 billion in contributions to BLM or related causes across hundreds of companies.
The Claremont Institute's Center for the American Way of Life on Tuesday unveiled a database to track funding to Black Lives Matter and related organizations.
"This online dashboard tracks corporate contributions and pledges to the BLM movement and related causes," the group announced. "BLM and its manifold extensions engineered one of the most successful grifts in American history, to the tune of $82.9 billion."
The database is searchable by contributor, recipients, and contributor location.
Athletic wear company Adidas gave $120 million to various organizations that promote black and Latino groups.
Another top-of-the-list contribution is a $600,000 donation to the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund from 343 Industries, the developers of the hit video game franchise Halo.
The Center for the American Way of Life claims to have identified more than $80 billion in contributions to BLM or related causes across hundreds of companies.
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