The Chan Zuckerberg initiative, a charity founded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chen, said in an annual letter that the organization was working to make “racial justice” the center of its work. To this end, the initiative will spend an initial $500 million over the next five years to support organizations and leaders working on racial justice. A wide range of partners will be gathered in the coming months, they said. < / P > < p > “we really believe that bringing together people with different world views and experiences is not only a good way to help solve our world’s biggest challenges – it may be the only way,” Zuckerberg and Priscilla wrote. “We will lead with humility and ensure that blacks, Indians, Latins and other people of color have an interest in CZI’s initiatives and voice them in guiding them – shape our work, challenge our assumptions, and improve the way we operate.” < / P > < p > earlier this year, at the start of the new coronavirus pandemic, the foundation said it would donate $25 million to the covid-19 treatment accelerator to help accelerate the development of new coronavirus therapies. In 2016, the Chen Zuckerberg initiative said it would invest more than $3 billion over the next decade to cure all diseases by the end of the century. After George Freud was killed, racial justice began to receive urgent attention, and a large number of initiatives to promote racial justice were put forward. Major companies, including Facebook, Google and apple, have committed millions of dollars to support racial justice groups and initiatives. Global Tech