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“Black Mama’s Bail Out Day” Frees Over 100 Women for Mother’s Day

HeadlineMay 15, 2019
H12 black mamas bail out mothers day national bail out
Image Credit: Essie Justice Group

The National Bail Out Collective announced Tuesday that the third annual “Black Mama’s Bail Out Day” freed over 100 black mothers in over 35 cities — and counting — for Mother’s day. They also raised over $1 million. The nationwide campaign aims to call attention to the injustice of cash bail, while freeing as many black women from jail as possible.
To see our recent interview about the “Black Mama’s Bail Out Day” campaign, click here.

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