“For decades, my foundations have invested in dismantling systemic racism—from ending the drug war to securing voting rights. Now, a new $220 million investment will build power in Black communities and new anti-racist policies in the U.S,” Soros tweeted. Among the groups expected to receive funds include Black Voters Matter and Repairers of the Breach.
“It is inspiring and powerful to experience this transformational moment in the racial justice movement,” said Open Society Foundations president Patrick Gaspard. “We are honored to be able to carry on the vital work of fighting for rights, dignity, and equity for oppressed people the world over started by our founder and chair, George Soros.”
Soros isn’t fighting for rights, dignity, and equity for the oppressed. He’s financing the open-borders, anti-capitalist, fundamental transformation of the West.