Records Show BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors’ Jail Reform Campaign Gave $60k To Her Consultancy, Thousands More For Friends And Luxury Malibu Resort

Records Show BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors’ Jail Reform Campaign Gave $60k To Her Consultancy, Thousands More For Friends And Luxury Malibu Resort


According to campaign finance records, a Los Angeles-based jail reform group named “Reform LA Jails” founded and led by Patrisse Cullors — a co-founder of Black Lives Matter — made payments to multiple figures and organizations linked with Cullors herself — including her own consulting firm, as well as a luxury resort in Malibu.

“Janaya & Patrisse Consulting,” a business Patrisse Cullors owns, received $60,000, according to the records.  

The committee name, according to the submitted records for the statement dates of July 1 to September 30, 2019, is “Reform LA Jails, A Committee Supporting Jail Reform and Community Reinvestment, Sponsored by Justice Team Network, A Project of Tides Advocacy.”

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In total, the committee listed $903,003.26 in contributions received, $381,822.09 in expenditures, and outstanding debts of $49,540.13.

Of these expenditures, $44,313.74 went to “Bowers Consulting Firm,” whose founder and president, Shalomyah Bowers, appears to be a board member on Cullors’ consultancy, “Dignity & Power NOW.”

According to campaign finance records, “Reform LA Jails” also

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