In honor of Mother’s Day a movement called “The National Bail Out Collective”, which consist of black organizers and lawyers, have been coordinating the the Mothers Day Bail Outs. So far they have bailed out over  120 women so they can spend Mother’s Day with their families. Below is a mother of 3, sharing her story of how she was locked up.


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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___________ #TSRPositiveImages: As #MothersDay approaches, #NationalBailOut is hard at work trying to reunite families before the big holiday. ___________ The black-led collective, which is working to end systems of mass incarceration, is working with groups all over the country on Mother’s Day to bail out as many black mothers and caregivers as they can. ___________ It doesn’t stop there. Now in its third year, the organization works to provide supportive services and fellowship opportunities for those they bail out as well as organize to end pretrial detention. The movement uses the hashtag #FreeBlackMamas. ___________ “The National Bail Out Collective coordinates the Mama’s Day Bail Outs, where we bail out as many Black Mamas and caregivers as we can so they can spend Mother’s Day with their families where they belong,” National Bail Out says on-read more at! (📹: @nationalbailout)

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