The co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Patrisse Khan-Cullors, has purchased a swanky new California coastal home for the sum of $1.4 million showing that activism may in fact pay.
According to Dirt, the roughly quarter acre property features a main home and a guest bath house in the posh area of Topanga Canyon, which is just north of Santa Monica.
Khan-Cullors, a self-described Marxist, is a southern California native and remains within driving distance of her Los Angeles County roots.
She currently teaches at a nearby LA private liberal arts university and earns her money through speaking engagements, political strategy fees, and is still recieving residuals from her book, “When they call you a terrorist.”
Khan-Cullors and two other political activists began the Black Lives Matter movement after the death of Trayvon Martin at the hands of a neighborhood security guard George Zimmerman.
She identifies as LGBTQ and is married to her fellow co-founder Janaya Khan.
The property itself is roughly 2,400 square feet and has a three-bedroom two-bath main house, as well as a one-bed one-bath unattached guest house.
The main home features bamboo floors, an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, and a raised hearth brick fireplace in the living room.
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