Health Foundation Sponsors Black Lives Matter's Re-Branding Of MLK Jr.

A large private California health foundation has signed on to sponsor a Black Lives Matter march.

​Sacramento, CA – California’s largest private health foundation has teamed up with Black Lives Matter and other anti-police groups to sponsor the third annual Reclaim MLK March.

The California Endowment, which boasts over $3 billion in assets, is named among the list of co-sponsors on the event’s Facebook page.

According to The Daily Wire, the event was organized by Black Lives Matter -Sacramento as an effort to “eliminate racism & white supremacy, capitalism, patriarchy, heteronormativity, homelessness, poverty, [and] fascism,” and is scheduled to take place on Jan. 15 to co-opt Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

In true Black Lives Matter fashion, the march is specifically anti-police.

“We don’t march with @SacPolice. We don’t let @sacsheriff murder our brother and torture our community with Jr.s name in their mouth,” the group wrote in their Twitter advertisement of the march on Friday.

Alternatively, law enforcement agencies, several businesses and a variety of media outlets have planned an event of their own, The Daily Wire reported.

March for the Dream, which is sponsored by the non-profit group MLK365, extended invites to “others from different races, religions or backgrounds” to “build authentic bonds of human understanding and value,” according to the event website.

The Reclaim MLK March is not the first time The California Endowment foundation has united with Black Lives Matter.

On Dec. 21, 2017, the private health foundation donated a full-page Sacramento News Review ad to the anti-police group, which featured crudely drawn sketches of two men whom the group claimed were killed by Sacramento law enforcement officers, The Daily Wire reported.

Mikel McIntyre was shot while bashing an officer in the head with a river rock. Ryan Ellis died after he kicked out the window of a moving patrol car and jumped out of the window, fatally injuring himself.

“[The] Endowment had the ad space and used it for us,” Tanya Faison, the lead organizer of the Reclaim MLK March, told The Daily Wire.

Faison has regularly – although not-so-eloquently – shared her anti-police viewpoints on her social media accounts, and has made her intentions well-known.

“If you believe the police are necessary, please delete me. If you believe that the issues within our community are not born out of white supremacy and Black oppression, then please delete the fuck out of my abolitionist ass. If you believe that getting a job, and working hard will lift you out of your white supremist oppression...then get the fuck rid of me! I believe in COMMUNITY ALTERNATIVES TO POLICING. I believe in ABOLITION OF THE POLICE AND THE MFN SYSTEM BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY if thats too "radical" for you then BOOT my BITCH ASS, family. peace sign,” she wrote in a Dec. 22, 2017 Facebook post, just one day after The California Endowment-funded ad ran.

The Reclaim MLK March will begin at Safeway and will end at the State Capitol, The Daily Wire reported.

The March for the Dream event will begin at the Sacramento City College, and will end at the Sacramento Convention Center, according to the March for the Dream Website.

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@laughingtyger none of this was an official BLM member's doing. The fact that you called the Dallas shooter part of BLM skewed the rest of your argument. He wasn't BLM, he was Hotep, a black supremacist group. He was actually more akin to the alt-right,since the alt right and hoteps both share a hatred for Jews.

I stand by what I said. No one from BLM (it's an organization with a charter and everything. Just because someone shouts a phrase doesn't make them part of the club) has killed anyone in protests. That doesn't make me liberal for stating facts.

However, your boys the alt right/KKK/neo-nazis have killed at least one person recently.


@ Hi_estComnDenomn I’m an independent not a conservative or liberal. On this topic (BLM) you have a left (or fringe right) position which is where the assumption came from. Sorry about that (you know what they say about assumptions).

I was remiss and forgot to include some BLM deception in the above post. A good example of BLM deception is the big lie about Michael Brown’s death. (One of many lies).

Here’s the DOJ report on Michael Brown.

The last five pages are worth reading. “Hands Up Don’t Shoot!” Was a TOTAL fabrication, a fantasy presented as fact … an “inversion of reality” that caused great harm.

The wretched “Hands up Don’t Shoot” narrative fiction helped fuel hysteria and rage which led to the killing and wounding of many officers (citizens too, as violence tends to rise after a city gets the BLM “treatment”).

A BLM member killed five officers at a protest in Dallas and wounded many others. Numerous officers have been killed and injured by BLM members. This article lists some including the two who were shoot and wounded at a protest in Ferguson.

Here’s something interesting that illuminates the violent urges of many BLM members. This is Jamar Clark’s brother (Jamar Clark was shot in Minneapolis which led to the siege of the 4TH Precinct). Clark’s brother praises ISIS for the Batalan massacre and says he’s, “with them all the way”. BLM also launched #fuckfrance campaign on social media after 120 people were tortured and slaughtered in Paris.

BLM should not be associated Martin Luther King.


Well, isn't she a bunch of special. Delete her if we believe cops are necessary? Delete her if we believe she should WORK for a damn living? Yeah, ok

Some people really, REALLY need a reality check. This one's got one coming real quick, I'd bet


@laughingtyger let's not also forget that including all the stuff you linked, the far left hasn't killed anyone in a protest in modern times. The alt-right has though. Feel free to link that for a little more balance in your statement.


@Sickandtired Agreed.