The new BLM fundraiser asks for $5 million after the previous one one It is taken down

A GoFundMe page of Milwaukee Black Lives Matter claims to have raised $5 million for a non-profit bail organization. It comes days after GoFundMe shut down a BLM fundraiser for Darrell Brooks, the suspect in a Waukesha car attack.

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A previous GoFundMe page raising funds in a specific way for Brooks’ bail has been lifted down for violating the platform terms of service. The new fundraising page, set up two days ago, he’s trying to raise the exact same amount, but that’s a lot more generic in his language and does not mention Brooks.

The page, started by Holly Zoller, says is growing money for the Bail Project, a non-profit organization that works to raise money for people bail. The group saved out several people arrested last year during the Black Lives Matter protests.

Zoller says she is growing up with money to “help make an impact, “ even if she doesn’t say where the money will go after it is given to the Bail Project.

Brooks is accused of driving a vehicle in a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, injuring dozens and killing six. At the time it was out on bail of just $ 1,000. The organizer of the previous GoFundMe page described Brooks, convicted of sex offenses, as “Our dear friend” and implied that Brooks’ arrest was a result of systematic racism.

While the new project does not specify that it will help Brooks, many have blamed the page for using a loophole in the system continue to violate the rules of the platform terms of service, which prevent fundraising for someone accused of violent crimes.

Zoller is listed on the bail draft website as a “bail jammer” in Louisville, Kentucky. A “bail jammer” is described by groups like “community members “ dedicated to “Racial and economic” justice. “ His activism in the past including a viral video showing a U-Haul truck, reportedly rented by her, which she delivered out supplies, such as shields.

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