Stacey Abrams Linked With Chinese Firm Accused of Human Rights Abuse

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(Trending Politics) Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee for Georgia governor, co-chaired an organization that gave tens of thousands of dollars to activists who want to defund and eliminate the police. This racial justice organization is financed by an executive of Alibaba, a Chinese firm that reportedly helped create surveillance technology used against Uyghur Muslims.
Abrams was first announced co-chair of the Black Voices for Black Justice Fund (BVBJ) in April 2021. She had also stated in a press release at the time that she was “excited” and “honored” to be a part of the organization because it “puts Black leaders in the driver’s seat – with Black activists on the ground who understand how racism plays out in their community defining both the problem and the solutions.”
According to a report from the organization, it has given $20,000 prizes to hundreds of Black activists throughout the country to “spend in any method they believe will do the best furthering racial justice in their communities at this important time.” One of these prize winners was Sharhonda Bossier, CEO of Education Leaders of Color, who advocated for police defunding during the Floyd protests in May 2021.
The Black Voices for Black Justice Fund, which describes itself as a “pooled philanthropic fund”, has 18 partners, including the Joe and Clara Tsai Foundation, a private grant-making foundation. The 17 other organizations, including the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative,…Read the rest