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‘Marxist' BLM co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors defends real estate holdings

1 month ago   |   By New York Post

“Marxist” Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors tearfully defended her $3.2 million real estate empire, insisting she didn't use a penny of BLM donations on herself. “I have never taken a salary from the Black Lives Matters Global Networks Foundation,” she also said Thursday. “That's important,” she told host told “Black News Tonight” host Marc...
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‘I see my money as not my own': BLM co-founder defends growing hoard of fancy homes in mostly-white neighborhoods

‘I see my money as not my own': BLM co-founder defends growing hoard of fancy homes in mostly-white neighborhoods

1 month ago   |   By RT

Black Lives Matter's chief and self-described “trained Marxist” Patrisse Khan-Cullors was forced to defend her real estate hoard on camera - by insisting that she sees her home in a well-off Los Angeles area as communal property.
“ The way that I live my life is in direct support to black people, including my black family members ,” Cullors defiantly told former CNN journalist Marc Lamont-Hill on Thursday as outcry over the gap between her stated ideals and her life reached a boiling point.
In a fantastic interview with marclamonthill patricecullors explains how her home ownership and...
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Supreme Court to weigh rollback of abortion rights

Supreme Court to weigh rollback of abortion rights

The Supreme Court has agreed to consider a major rollback of abortion rights, saying it will take up Mississippi's bid to enforce a 15-week ban on abortion. Read more ...

Get The Facts On The Vax: COVID-19 vaccine's effect against variants, side...

Get The Facts On The Vax: COVID-19 vaccine's effect against variants, side effects in children

Get answers to frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccines. Read more ...

Wife of COVID-19 and stroke survivor: 'Life can truly be a miracle'

Wife of COVID-19 and stroke survivor: 'Life can truly be a miracle'

The wife of a New Orleans man who caught COVID-19 early into the pandemic and subsequently had a stroke details his inspiring recovery journey. Read more ...

Supply, not ‘science', is biggest problem facing Covid vaccines, Oxford...

Supply, not ‘science', is biggest problem facing Covid vaccines, Oxford professor who worked on AstraZeneca jab tells RT

Logistical problems, not the science or patents behind the drugs, are the biggest hurdle for Covid-19 vaccines, an Oxford scientist who headed the team that created the... Read more ...

Turkey's Erdogan asks Pope to help end 'massacre' of Palestinians, calls for...

Turkey's Erdogan asks Pope to help end 'massacre' of Palestinians, calls for international sanctions against Israel

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has discussed the ongoing escalation in the Gaza Strip with Pope Francis, urging the pontiff to help end the “massacre” of the... Read more ...

Russia's Arctic LNG 2 project may be launched ahead of schedule - Novatek

Russia's Arctic LNG 2 project may be launched ahead of schedule - Novatek

All three production lines of the Arctic LNG 2 plant, which is aimed at exporting liquefied natural gas from Russia's resource-rich Arctic region, could be launched in... Read more ...

Irish PM Martin ‘doesn't believe London wants to tear up' Northern Ireland...

Irish PM Martin ‘doesn't believe London wants to tear up' Northern Ireland Brexit Protocol, after meeting with UK PM Johnson

Ireland's Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said he does not think that UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to rip up a key part of the UK's Brexit deal with the EU, after the... Read more ...

Mother opens up about losing son to COVID-19

Mother opens up about losing son to COVID-19

A woman whose son died from COVID-19 opens up about his final days and the legacy he leaves behind. Read more ...

Two women share their stories of caring for family members with COVID-19

Two women share their stories of caring for family members with COVID-19

COVID-19 affected families in unimaginable ways, with many taking on a new role as caregiver for a loved one. Read more ...

'Army of Dead' director Zack Snyder on why people love zombie movies

'Army of Dead' director Zack Snyder on why people love zombie movies

Among the new movies out last weekend was "Army of the Dead,” a zombie-pa-looza from director Zack Synder. Synder famously gave us "Dawn of the Dead" in 2004.and recently, the... Read more ...