The Southern Poverty Law Center has made it their nonprofit mission to root out racism wherever they find it.
The SPLC is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality.
— SLPC website, “About us”
The beauty of progressive nonprofits is that they can make their so-called objectives as vague and unachievable as possible, because if were to actually achieve their goals, they’d go out of business. We’ve also found that many of these liberal nonprofits, especially those who seek to redress issues like racism, are mostly led by whites who pay themselves handsomely.
For a group that seeks to eradicate “bigotry”, the Southern Poverty Law Center leadership itself is very, very white.
According to the latest 2015 Form 990 tax filing made available by the SLPC (timely tax filing requirements for nonprofits are quite lax), “leadership” is living quite comfortably off bleeding heart donations. It must be nice to be a lawyer like Morris Dees who can sue anyone he wants, knowing he’ll get paid regardless of outcome in an arena where losses can also be financially symbolic and lucrative.
The SPLC “leadership” pictured above from May 2017 boasts of only ONE person of color. We speculate that a more recent, public tax return might show Ms. Lecia Brooks may not be earning anywhere close to where the previously, all-white leadership did back in 2015….
So while the SPLC will find every opportunity to smear anyone they can as a racist, sexist, homophobic, Islamophobe, remember where all those tax-deductible donations are going vice the ROI.
One would think for $50.3 million, we’d see more from the SPLC than an “anecdotal”-plagued survey the media and activists gleefully ran with, Facebook memes with as many black faces as they could Photoshop, an occasional press conference, hardly any pics of any gala events or leadership appearances, a few lawsuits and coincidental warnings that shit could happen, and an email or so a week as an update. And since we’re in an age where nothing should be deemed unusual about anything “anonymous”, is there a problem with being a donor for the SPLC?
And no nonprofit is successful without having abundant donations, thus monetary assets so the principles’ mortgages and car payments will be paid, bellies will be full, wardrobes will be updated, scenic vacations will be available to decompress, and Christmas will have many presents under the tree, unlike those with no voices they claim to champion.
The Southern Poverty Law Center appears to be yet another liberal career mill, funded by the generosity of the inflamed, and exempted from the same taxes every real business has to pay.
They also appear to not have a lot going for them when it comes to diversity in their leadership. It’s mostly white, and we all know what the Southern Poverty Law Center would be saying about a conservative group with the same physical makeup because that do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do is something racebaiters do best.
Just ask Lecia Brooks.