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MacKenzie Scott dominates donations to racial equity
by Haleluya Hadero, AP Business Writer
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17 September 2021
On 17 September 2021 The Associated Press reported:
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has funded organizations that received the most money for racial equity in 27 different states following the [death] of George Floyd. According to an AP analysis of new preliminary data from the philanthropy research organization Candid, Scott was responsible for approximately $567 million given to these organizations.
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In at least 11 states, Scott provided the majority of racial equity-oriented contributions to the top recipients. She was the sole major donor to these groups in 10 other states, with donations for education dominating her giving. ... Many organizations say Scott's gifts were the largest they've ever received.
... Ethel Branch, a former attorney general of the Navajo Nation who started a COVID relief fund for Native American Navajo and Hopi families in the early days of the pandemic, received a call informing her that $10 million was coming her way.
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