It’s Time For Accountability

First Statement of the #BLM10

It was recently declared that Patrisse Cullors was appointed the Executive Director to the Black Lives Matter Global Network (BLMGN) Foundation. Since then, two new Black Lives Matter formations have been announced to the public: a Black Lives Matter Political Action Committee, and BLM Grassroots. BLM Grassroots was allegedly created to support the organizational needs of chapters, separate from the financial functions of BLMGN. We, the undersigned chapters, believe that all of these events occurred without democracy, and assert that it was without the knowledge of the majority of Black Lives Matters chapters across the country and world.


The Community Joins Our Call for Accountability

Revolutionary Intercommunal Black Panther Party Supports Black Lives Matter Chapters and Their Struggle for Accountability with Black Lives Matter Global Network

By the Revolutionary Intercommunal Black Panther Party (RIBPP)

On April 1, 2021 the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Intercommunal Black Panther Party (RIBPP) met with leading representatives of several local Black Lives Matter (BLM) chapters, including those from Chicago, Cleveland, DC and Philly.

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Ferguson Demands Accountability

Filmed in Ferguson, MO

A response to the news that Black Lives Matter received over 90 million dollars in donations in the wake of George Floyd’s death, as reported in the Associated Press on February 23, 2021.

Today our co-founder, Ferguson frontline organizer @VanguardTNT alongside Mike Brown’s father demands 20 million from #BlackLivesMatter in order to continue the work they and other have been doing since the uprising since 2014.

His son’s death and the unrest that followed brought global attention to the police brutality issue that has plagued the US for over a century.

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BREAKING: Black Lives Matter Inland Empire Announces Departure from BLM Global Network

by Left Out Magazine

Today Black Lives Matter Inland Empire announced its departure from the Black Lives Matter Global Network, highlighting several grievances, and perhaps, calling attention to the need for movement leaders and members of movement organizations to have broader conversations of transparency, Collective organizing and accountability. The following is a statement from Black Lives Matter Inland Empire.

To our community,

Recently, a group of BLM chapters known as the BLM 10 has come forward to voice their concerns and opposition to the Global Network.

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Stealing Money From Stolen Lives: The Black Lives Matter Scam (2020)

by Kevin “Rashid” Johnson

The national leadership of Black Lives Matter has come under repeated fire for exploiting situations of community outrage over police violence and scamming families who’ve had loved ones murdered by the cops.

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How Black Lives Matter L.A. Undermined and Co-Opted the Movement for Ezell Ford

by Hands Up Dont Shoot

In order to understand how Black Lives Matter co-opted Ferguson, changed the course of the movement and how we got to where we are (lack of results, transparency & accountability), you have to understand how they move… They tried unsuccessfully to hijack the movement behind Trayvon Martin. When Ferguson became world news they set their eyes on the movement here while completely ignoring the movement that was growing in their own backyard. Ezell Ford wasn’t world news. His life didn’t matter until it could be exploited…

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#BLM10Plus Signatories

An Invitation to Connect

We understand that these issues are not new and that some chapters left, were not acknowledged, or were pushed out of network with the community of chapters because of them. We invite those chapters to connect. Please send a message to

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