(Headline USA) Black Lives Matter donated $200,000 to an organization whose executive director called cops “pigs” and vocalized his support for a radical black nationalist who is on the FBI’s most-wanted terror list.
Tax forms released by the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation last week revealed it gave a significant “cash grant” in 2021 to Equity and Transformation, a Chicago-based nonprofit founded by Richard Wallace, who is still the group’s executive director.
Wallace is a leftist “defund the police” activist who has repeatedly called cops “pigs.”
We be providing the analysis for the analysis of the analysis. opposed to just saying what it is. They are hunting us and will use any excuse to up a pole and end our life. That we is why we have to defund these bastards, And take control of our community cause the won’t save us
— Richard Wallace (@RichWallaceEAT) October 22, 2020
Fuck the Police! #justsayingthanks
— Richard Wallace (@RichWallaceEAT) April 13, 2015
Equity and Transformation has also partnered extensively with Movement for Black Lives, another radical group that backs defunding the police and supports violent black nationalists such as Mutulu Shakur and Sundiata Acoli.
Shakur is a former Black Liberation Army leader who spearheaded several armed robberies, one of which resulted in the death of an armed guard and two police officers. Acoli murdered a New Jersey State Trooper during a 1973 traffic stop.
Wallace has also issued support for these terrorists:
Assata Becomes First woman on FBI most wanted and Malcolm Shabazz is found dead. They want to silent our Heroes! #power2thepeople
— Richard Wallace (@RichWallaceEAT) May 10, 2013