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Jack Dorsey Commits $3 Million To Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp

Twitter and Square CEO, Jack Dorsey is committing $3 million to former NFL star, Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp. The camp works to “advance the liberation and well-being of Black and Brown communities through education, self-empowerment, mass-mobilization to elevate the next generation of change leaders”.


Jack announced the donation via a Twitter post saying he’s committing $3 million to the cause. The billionaire had put the money into a new fund he calls Start Small, LLC.



Know Your Rights Camp started a “legal defense initiative” to cover mounting legal bills for the protesters in Minnesota, where George Floyd was killed. The defense initiative has since expanded to other states in the US.

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Kaepernick said he’s already put together a top-notch team of defense attorneys for the cause. However, they’ve been calling for donations from people on the outside.


Dorsey also announced $5 million for World Central Kitchen to provide meals in Oakland during the “ongoing health, economic and humanitarian crises” and $500,000 to Sister Hearts LA, which provides ex-offenders with a safe environment to live in.



Dorsey additionally committed $1 million for Dig Deep H20 to connect hot and cold running water in remote Indigenous homes and $50,000 for Project NIA, which works to end arrest, detention, and incarceration of children and young adults.


These donations follow Jack’s pledge $1 billion to coronavirus relief in April 2020. He had also partnered with Rihanna to provide a $4.2 million grant for domestic abuse victims in Los Angeles.


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