We're getting weary, and there's a lot happening right now, so we wanted to take a minute to talk about some of the things that we're feeling within our community. We aim to provide some solidarity and sister-ship during this time.
In this episode, we share our experiences, share support around what's happening in the US and around the world, as well as providing advice on how we can practice self-care in a situation like this.
Bail fund run by the Democratic Socialists of Hawaii.
Black-led and Black-centered collective of abolitionist organizers, lawyers, and activists working to end pretrial detention and mass incarceration.
Split a donation between bail funds across the country.
Relief for jailed LGBTQ people who can’t afford bail in over 15 states across the country.
Community fund assembled after George Floyd’s death, allocating funds to pay bail funds and immigration bonds for individuals arrested for protesting police brutality.
Led by Black, trans, and queer community members, this Minnesota-based organization is dedicated to shutting down oppressive and violent systems towards long-term transformation.
A coalition that advocates for and invests in community-led safety initiatives in Minneapolis neighborhoods.
This Los Angeles-based fund is paying for fines, bails, court fees and legal support for protesters across the city, as well as medical and transportation needs, and direct BLM support.
A revolving fund that provides relief for protestors.
A Miami-based organization, run by Fempower, freeing people through a bail fund.
A fundraiser covering bail expenses for arrested protest supporters.
Funds to help restore black-owned Atlanta businesses that were damaged throughout the protests.
Bail fundraiser for arrested individuals in Cook County impacted by structural violence.
Community fund providing bail, legal support, and post-release support for Louisville activists.
Community fund working to bring equity to the New Orleans criminal justice system through providing drug testing, fines, jail fees, and bail.
Black-focused legal relief and bail funding for Baltimore activists.
Providing bail for low-income people in Massachusetts.
Activist-launched relief fund designed to provide bail for protestors.
Freeing arrested individuals in Kansas City.
Providing bail for protesters in Omaha, Nebraska.
Nonprofit community bail fund for Brooklyn’s incarcerated individuals.
Funds for releasing protesters in Buffalo, New York.
Helping protesters reach bail in Columbus, Ohio.
Legal support offered to protesters by The Portland General Defense Committee since 2017.
Direct bail funding and assistance in Philadelphia.
Working to bail out incarcerated individuals in Allegheny County Jail. In memory of Frank “Bukit” Smart Jr., a victim of a preventable death at ACJ.
A nonprofit working to free local, low-income individuals from jail.
Restoring Justice, the Bail Project, and Pure Justice have teamed up to raise bail relief in Houston.
Directing funds to arrested demonstrators.
Freeing individuals from jail and the burden of bail in Richmond, Virginia
Bail for arrested individuals across the Seattle area.
Collecting donations to bail out black and brown Milwaukee organizers.
Generating funding to release and support Toronto protestors who end up incarcerated.