Black Lives Matter Global Network is NOT yet a recognized IRS charity but raises money under the "fiscal sponsorship" of another group, Thousand Currents.
ActBlue Charities is the fundraising charity that purports to raise money for other charities, which in this case is "Black Lives Matter Global Network."
Transparency? So if you want to make a tax-deductible charitable donation directly to Black Lives Matter, you can't. You donate to Act Blue Charities. Act Blue Charities sends this money, allegedly, to another charity, Thousand Currents, which runs BLM as a "fiscal sponsorship."
How does Susan Rosenberg fit into this? She's Vice Chair on the board of Thousand Currents. The result is that tax exempt "charitable" donations are helping to fund the violence and rioting we're seeing.
And who is Susan Rosenberg?
Per Wikipedia, Susan is an "activist." In fact, so active is she that she got 58 years in a federal penitentiary for her "activism." But she got a break--on his last day in office Bill Clinton commuted Susan's sentence to time served, so she was out after 16 years. And you thought there was something controversial about the Roger Stone commutation?
Here's the short version of Rosenberg's "activism" from Wikipedia:
Susan Lisa Rosenberg (born 5 October 1955) is an American activist, writer, and advocate for social justice and prisoners' rights. From the late 1970s into the mid-1980s, Rosenberg was active in the far-left revolutionary terrorist May 19th Communist Organization ("M19CO"), which according to a contemporaneous FBI report "openly advocate[d] the overthrow of the U.S. Government through armed struggle and the use of violence". M19CO provided support to an offshoot of the Black Liberation Army, including in armored truck robberies, and later engaged in bombings of government buildings.
After living as a fugitive for two years, Rosenberg was arrested in 1984 while in possession of a large cache of explosives and firearms. She had also been sought as an accomplice in the 1979 prison escape of Assata Shakur and in the 1981 Brink's robbery that resulted in the deaths of two police and a guard, although she was never charged in either case.
Rosenberg was sentenced to 58 years' imprisonment on the weapons and explosives charges. She spent 16 years in prison, during which she became a poet, author, and AIDS activist. Her sentence was commuted to time served by President Bill Clinton on January 20, 2001, his final day in office.
Neat, huh? The Clintons--the gift that keeps on giving.
You can read lots more about this at TGP.