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Heritage dot org2020/09/17 Is Beijing funding riots America its time investigatehttps://www.heritage.org/asia/commentary/beijing-funding-riots-america-its-time-investigateutlet, China Daily, including for participating in BLM protests.In 2010, the Chinese Progressive Association sponsored a flag-raising ceremony to hoist the communist China flag at Boston’s City Hall Plaza in honor of the communist takeover of China some 60 years earlier.As U.S. Injustices Rage, China’s Condemnation Reeks of CynicismBeijing is no ally to those fighting for justice—it’s simply defending its own injustices.By Ho-fung Hunghttps://foreignpolicy.com/2020/06/05/us-injustice-protests-china-condemnation-cynical/https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2020/09/28/forgotten-alliance-between-black-activists-china/As Protests Engulf the United States, China Revels in the UnrestChinese officials and state media are seizing on the moment to tout Beijing’s authoritarian system and condemn American hypocrisy — a narrative that ignores many of their own issues.https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/02/world/asia/china-george-floyd.htmlBlack Lives Matter co-founder teams up with Chinese advocacy …https://nypost.com/2020/09/17/blm-co-founder-teams...WebAlicia Garza is behind the Black Futures Lab, which is backed by the Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), according to the website. A report from The Heritage Foundation …Excerpt: One of the Black Lives Matter founders has launched a new venture with a Chinese community advocacy organization.Alicia Garza is behind the Black Futures Lab, which is backed by the Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), according to the website.A report from The Heritage Foundation initially linked the San Francisco-based CPA to a group of the same name in Boston, which has hosted joint events with the Chinese consulate.The Boston organization was described as “pro-communist” and supportive of the People’s Republic of China.Tax records, however, show that the two groups are separate entities. A spokesman for the Boston-based CPA also confirmed that the two nonprofits are unrelated, and denied that the group had any communist ties, the New York Times reported.An earlier version of this article said the Black Futures Lab was affiliated with a pro-Chinese Communist Party organization called the Chinese Progressive Association. The BFL is in fact backed by an unaffiliated group of the same name, and both organizations deny being “pro-communist.” The story has been updated.