China-Linked Activist Is Funding Group That Targets Local Arts School

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DEERPARK, N.Y.—Grace Woodard, a resident of Mount Hope, New York, is using her unregistered environmental group—which receives funding from a group headed by an individual with deep ties to China—to target the development of a local performing arts school founded by Chinese dissidents who fled religious persecution in China.

Woodard’s group, Deerpark Rural Alliance, isn’t registered with the New York Attorney General’s Charities Bureau nor with the federal registry for 501c tax-exempt organizations. As such, it hasn’t released the funding disclosures that registered nonprofit groups are legally required to, leaving the public in the dark on its sources of funding.

The group, however, has been “fiscally sponsored” by New Paltz-based environmental nonprofit NYEnvironcom, headed by Alex Scilla, an individual with close ties to China.

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