According to a report published Tuesday in the Los Angeles Times, the former president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association sent an email claiming that the “Black Lives Matter” was a racist movement.
Patrisse Cullors, the co-founder of the “Black Life Issues” movement, described himself in an email as “self-proclaimed” a well-trained Marxist. “According to the Times, the email has been sent to members of the Association Press Office, its staff, its general counsel, and COO Gregory Goeckner. Burke, who served as the organization’s eighth president, also shared an article titled “BLM Goes Hollywood” in an email. Burke did not provide a source for this story, but it came from FrontPage Mag, the Freedom Center website of conservative commentator David Horowitz, according to the Times.
After Burke erupted in national unrest and racial injustice protests last summer, Kulles bought a $ 1.4 million home in California. This is an article shared by Berk. Before the Golden Globes ceremony this spring, he was criticized for the lack of nominations for black artists this year and in history. This is also part of the criticism of other awards shows. This year’s Golden Globe winners include several black artists, such as Daniel Kaluuya (Daniel Kaluuya), who provided support for their performances in Judah and the Black Messiah, and Andra Day (Andra Day) won the best actress award. in the United States and Billie Holliday (Billie Holliday).
The late Chadwick Boseman was also the best actor in Ma Rainey’s “Black Bottom.” HFPA board members publicly condemned Burke in an email. Cultural connections and develop a greater understanding of different backgrounds through film and television.
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