MITs "Social Justice" Media Dept. was funded by (in case there is any doubt about what kind of people are behind the "Social Justice" movement):

"Ethan Zuckerman, associate professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has announced his resignation after learning of the school's Media Lab involvement with the late, disgraced financier, Jeffrey Epstein.

In explaining his actions, Zuckerman took to his own blog online, on August 20th, to share, “My logic was simple: the work my group does focuses on social justice and the inclusion of marginalized individuals and points of view. It’s hard to do that work with a straight face in a place that violated its own values so clearly in working with Epstein and in disguising that relationship.”

At the center of Zuckerman’s decisions are the actions of MIT's media lab director Joi Ito. Zuckerman explains, “Joi told me... that the Media Lab’s ties to Epstein went much deeper, and included a business relationship between Joi and Epstein, investments in companies Joi’s VC fund was supporting, gifts and visits by Epstein to the Media Lab and by Joi to Epstein’s properties.