Georgia: Racist Court Bans Venture Capital Fund from Grant Program Only for Black Women

I guess blacks being forced to follow civil rights laws is a good thing?

Not really though.

It would be much better to just abolish civil rights laws completely.


Venture capital fund Fearless Fund cannot resume making grants to Black women-owned businesses, a divided U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday, siding with an anti-affirmative action group that sued over the program.

The Atlanta-based 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that the group’s discrimination lawsuit was likely to succeed, reversing, opens new tab a judge’s decision that the program should be allowed to continue while the case moves forward.

The ruling is a victory for Edward Blum, the conservative activist behind the successful U.S. Supreme Court challenge to race-conscious college admissions policies.

Oh, so it’s a Jew lawyer.


Blum’s group American Alliance for Equal Rights last year alleged the Fearless Fund was violating a 19th century federal law that bars racial bias in private contracts.

Fearless Fund’s CEO is a black woman named Arian

The lawsuit targeted a Fearless Fund program that awards Black women who own small businesses $20,000 in grants and other resources to grow their businesses.

Businesses owned by Black women in 2022 received less than 1% of the $288 billion that venture capital firms deployed, according to the Fearless Fund.

Fearless Fund had argued to the court in January that it had a constitutional right to express its belief in the importance of Black women to the economy through charity.

Blum in a statement on Monday said federal “civil rights laws do not permit racial distinctions because some groups are overrepresented in various endeavors, while others are under-represented.”

Though I agree it is funny that these blacks lost, civil rights laws are bullshit and should not exist at all.

These laws have not helped anyone, ever. They are a noose around whites and the only thing they do for blacks is put them in situations they are not prepared for and are incapable of succeeding in.

Longer interview with one of the co-founders of the fund