FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/31/17
Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant
The Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant Announces Recipients of Pilot Project Awards
The Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant, launched by Milo Yiannopoulos and funded by Milo and private donors to provide college funding assistance to white males, is pleased to announce that 10 applicants have been selected to receive pilot project grants of $2,500 each.
The recipients of the first Privilege Grant pilot project awards include:
- Harrison, Engineering Physics, Florida
- Lucas, Bio-molecular Engineering, New York
- Noah, Mathematics, Georgia
- Brett, Material Engineering, Illinois
- Brandon, Psychology, Minnesota
- Noam, Bio-mechanical Engineering, Georgia
- Alexander, Psychology (pre-med), Ohio
- Tristan, Physics Education, California
- Christopher, Nursing, Virginia
- Brandt, MBA, Kansas
The Privilege Grant awards are issued by the Privilege Grant Foundation, a Delaware not-for-profit corporation (tax-exempt status pending IRS approval) founded by Milo Yiannopoulos.
Payment of Privilege Grant awards will be made directly to the recipient’s school. This process will be completed during the summer of 2017 to be applied to the fall term.
Ms. Janet Bloomfield, Selection Committee Chair, made the final selections, along with managing the application and selection process. Milo Yiannopoulos will be contacting grant recipients personally within the next 24 hrs.
A second round of grants will be made available later in 2017. Please watch for upcoming releases including timelines and the application process.
Applicants, donors, and interested parties can find more information and updates on the Privilege Grant’s website at https://privilegegrant.com/. Journalists are free to request interviews with award recipients by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org but that we cannot guarantee our Yiannopoulos Scholars will be willing to talk to journalists.
About Milo Yiannopoulos: Milo is an award-winning journalist, public speaker, and media personality who has been on the vanguard of of the brewing culture war on American campuses through his Dangerous Faggot Tour. Although he has been permanently banned by Twitter, you can follow him on Snapchat, Facebook and YouTube.
About Janet Bloomfield: Janet Bloomfield (BA, MBA) is a writer and blogger who comments extensively on issues facing men and boys in a culture that values women and girls more highly. Janet joined the Privilege Grant to oversee the application, evaluation and selection of Privilege Grant recipients.
About the Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant: The Privilege Grant was founded based on the idea that white males deserve as much assistance in achieving a college education as minorities do. White males are continually on the losing end of college demographics yet until now have not had a resource to help them reach the necessary funding level for higher education.