Kellogg’s Showered BLM With Money It Took From Its Employees

Multination food producer Kellogg’s, which is best known for its cereal, poured a whopping $91 million in donations to Black Lives Matter and related causes, just as it slashed the benefits of its own employees.

This ended up causing a four-month strike, a report reveals.

One of Many to Reward Rioters

Kellogg’s is one of the thousands of corporations that have showered BLM and its allied groups with a combined total of nearly $83 billion.

Thus, after the 2020 riots, Kellogg’s poured $90 million into its initiative called “Racial Equity 2030 Global Challenge,” The Red State reported.

The program’s stated goal was to “build a racially equitable future” by “fuel(ing)” what it called “innovative and actionable solutions” in that domain.

In a promotional video for the initiative, Cathann Kress, a trustee and board chair of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, declared “racial equity” was the greatest “challenge of our time.”

Besides its massive-funded racial equity program, as early as June 2020, Kellogg’s gave a $1 million donation to NAACP, a leftist activist organization.

At the time, Steve Cahillane, the CEO and Chairman of the Kellogg Company, wrote that the grant was meant to “complement” previous funding of $1.5 million that the NAACP had been given through the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF).

Cahillane also praised NAACP as one out of many “anchor organizations” on racial equity that WKKF had been supporting.

Taking from the Poor to Give to the Communists

Kellogg’s massive donations to BLM causes came less than a year before company employees in four states were forced to go on strike, after the corporate management initiated a new benefits system.

The new two-tier system restricted vacation days and imposed a work week that could last for up to 84 hours for some employees. As a result, some 1,400 Kellogg’s workers went on a strike in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, and Tennessee.

In response to the three-strike, Kellogg’s did not open its coffers to its own workers the way it did for the radical, riotous far-left.

Thus, it punished the striking workers by axing health benefits, which left the workers having to cover “exorbitant premiums” in order to maintain their pre-existing health insurance plans.

Kellogg’s workers eventually settled with the management, ending the trike in December 2021.

At the same time, in October 2022, the Kellogg foundation’s website proudly bragged it had chosen five “awardees” who would receive a combined total of $80 million for the next eight years.

That would be up until 2030, when the W.K. Kellogg Foundation is going to mark its 100th anniversary.

However, the woke-infected corporation didn’t stop at BLM. Last year, it also funded a pilot program to give illegal alien invaders of the US a $500-per-month in “guaranteed basic income.”

The sum of $83 billion that Kellogg’s and the like have bestowed upon BLM and its allies since 2020 includes $74 million donated by Silicon Valley Bank, which collapsed earlier this month after going very woke recently.