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Change.org is keeping the money raised through its record-breaking George Floyd petition — and some donors say they feel misled

Business Insider Wednesday, 3 June 2020
Change.org is keeping the money raised through its record-breaking George Floyd petition — and some donors say they feel misled· A Change.org petition that calls for "Justice for George Floyd" became the most-signed US petition in the site's history, racking up over 11 million signatures.
· After people sign the petition, Change.org urges them to "become a hero" by donating money to "get the petition on the agenda."
· But some donors are now...
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