It takes more than good intentions to transform the South. It takes money.
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As protests sparked by the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis spread nationwide, the South has turned up. Days of marching, demanding, and clashing with police and white supremacists has led to hundreds of arrests. Communities are supporting folks on the frontlines with bail funds, legal aid, and other resources.
The National Lawyers Guild South is offering pro bono legal representation across the region. And in every state, there are ways to donate and seek help.
This list is by no means comprehensive; If you know about projects that should be included, email us: email@example.com. We'll be updating as we hear more.
A note: some of the resources we've shared here contain individual's personal information. Please respect peoples' privacy, and if the document we've linked to has specific instructions, do follow them.
Birmingham – BHAM Community Support Fund – https://www.gofundme.com/f/bham-community-support-fund
Birmingham – No One Left Behind Fund
Montgomery – Montgomery Bail Out
Little Rock – Cash app $LRFreedomFund via the Bail Project
Jacksonville – Community Support Fund
Miami – (F)empower Community Bond Fund
Orlando – Community Bail Fund
Freedom Fighter Bail Fund — Please click the checkbox under "Freedom Fighter Bond Fund Designation"
Triangle – The Anti-Racist Activist Fund
Chattanooga – Hamilton County Community Bail Fund
Memphis – Mid-South Peace BLM Community Bail Fund
Knoxville – End Money Bail Knoxville Bail Fund — Please caption "BLM"
Nashville – Nashville Community Bail Fund
Tidewater – Freedom Fighter Fund