Excerpt from Heat Street
Written by Lukas Mikelionis
Two Black Lives Matter activists are making an astonishing amount of cash sending instructions to guilt-ridden white “allies” who pay a monthly fee to be sent instruction on how to support their movement.
Leslie Mac and Marissa Jenae Johnson have set up a $100,000-a-year business called Safety Pin Box – a reference to the virtue-signalling safety pin campaign – where people pay them for instructions.
The business – aimed at “white people striving to be allies in the fight for Black Liberation” – solicits payments of either $25 (an electronic subscription) or $100 (for a physical box in the mail) containing a number of tasks for the month to challenge white supremacy and help them “do tangible ally work and support black women in both power and deed”.