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From the Washington times, August 2016 -- For all its talk of being a street uprising, Black Lives Matter is increasingly awash in cash, raking in pledges of more than $100 million from liberal foundations and others eager to contribute to what has become the grant-making cause du jour. The Ford Foundation and Borealis Philanthropy recently announced the formation of the Black-Led Movement Fund [bLMF], a six-year pooled donor campaign aimed at raising $100 million for the Movement for Black Lives coalition. That funding comes in addition to more than $33 million in grants to the Black Lives Matter movement from top Democratic Party donor George Soros through his Open Society Foundations, as well as grant-making from the Center for American Progress. “The BLMF provides grants, movement building resources, and technical assistance to organizations working advance the leadership and vision of young, Black, queer, feminists and immigrant leaders who are shaping and leading a national conversation about criminalization, policing and race in America,” said the Borealis announcement. End ----------- First the ford foundation is not affiliated with ford motors. They split over 30 years ago but the foundation kept the name. Here is my question about BLM. With the wilfires on the west coast, drought in the midwest and multiple hurricanes in the east displacing and making people homeless through no fault of their own 'Where is Black Lives Matter'? Why are they not there helping the people they claim they care about? They seem to have plenty of money to help these people either relocate or rebuild.