Points We Saw These days: Black Lives Matter Activists Are Bailing Out Dads for Father’s Day


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Over Mother’s Day weekend, we wrote about how social and racial justice groups like Colour of Adjust, the Movement four Black Lives, Black Lives Matter, and Southerners on New Ground raised bail for mothers who could not afford it, generating it achievable for more than 100 moms to devote the vacation weekend (and the rest of the time ahead of they seem in court) with their households. Now, these organizations are repeating their efforts for Father’s Day, Juneteenth, and Pride. Jay-Z wrote about his personal commitments to donate to this essential bring about more than at TIME, but he adds an essential caveat: “philanthropy is not a lengthy repair, we have to get rid of these inhumane practices altogether.” You can donate or understand extra about this campaign against the United States’ vicious money bail system here.

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