In recent weeks corporations have given over $1 billion dollars to social justice causes. Many businesses have given to Black Lives Matter. Corporations are also encouraging their employees to do the same.
Pepsi—to lift up Black communities and increase Black representation at PepsiCo—$400 million
Sony Music—a fund “to support social justice and anti-racist initiatives around the world”—$100 million
Walmart—a new racial equity center—$100 million
Warner Music—campaigns against violence and racism and social justice causes related to music industry—$100 million.
Apple—a “racial justice initiative,” details to come—$100 million.
Nike—“Organizations that put social justice, education and addressing racial inequality in America at the center of their work”—$40 million
Alphabet/Google—various organizations, starting with $1 million each to Center for Policing Equity and Equal Justice Initiative—$12 million
Amazon—American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation, Brennan Center for Justice, Equal Justice Initiative, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), National Bar Association, National Museum of African American History and Culture, National Urban League, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, United Negro College Fund (UNCF), Year Up—$10 million
Facebook—$10 million in grants to “groups working on racial justice” and a $200 million commitment to Black-owned businesses and organizations—$210 million
General Electric—“organizations that promote inclusion and racial justice; An initial $1 million will go to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund—$10 million
Target—long-standing partners such as the National Urban League and the African American Leadership Forum in addition to adding new partners in Minneapolis-St. Paul and across the country—$10 million
For the full list see: Breitbart