fabUplus Magazine has taken Blackout Tuesday to observe the Black Lives Matter movement. But, we as a media source need to provide support and resources for those in need. This is not a time to be silent.
In times like this, the United States of America (and the rest of the world) are facing challenges we’ve never faced before. Specifically, in the US, people of color and their supporters are facing the most difficult times they have faced in over 60 years. There are great divides and opinions on all sides of this multi-sided coin.
We are not encouraging anyone to be in harm’s way. However, we do encourage free speech and the right to protest. Should you find yourself in harm’s way, we have found an incredible document from an advocate named Indigo on Instagram:
Please credit them if you use this sheet. Thank you!
You can see the whole link here:
**Scroll to the bottom for guidance on what this document contains and how to credit. For accessibility, I’ve started transferring this document into Google Sheets! This Google doc will not be deleted, but some have requested the Google Sheet for ease of access.
SECTION I: For People Seeking Legal Counsel
- A Master Thread of Lawyers Donating/Offering Their Services (Tweet)
- A Spreadsheet of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers
- Attorneys: Fill This Out
- Another Google Doc with a Bail Fund List
- National Lawyers Guild NYC: What to do if Someone You Know is Arrested (Tweet)
|California||Legal Assistance for Immigrants||UprisingSupport@IMMDEF.Org|
|National Legal Guild of Los Angeles|
|Bay Area||Natl Lawyers Guild||415-285-1011|
|Bay Area||Bay Area CCLP
Coalition of Concerned Legal Professionals
1237 Shafter Ave
San Francisco CA
|Metro Volunteer Lawyers||(303) 860-1115. 1905 Sherman St, Ste 400|
|Colorado Lawyers Committee||(303) 894-6366. 1700 Lincoln Street|
|Colorado Bar Assoc||(720) 865-8440|
|American Immigration Lawyers Assoc||(303) 757-3334|
|Boulder County Legal Services (BCLS)||(303) 449-7575|
|Delaware||National Lawyers Guildfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fernandez Bardine Law||727-289-7281|
|Miami||Josh Jones (Free)||(305)-239-4878|
|Miami||Saam Zangeneh (Free)||(305)-441-2333|
|Jessiecalmes@gmail.com||Note: Has advice for immigrants to avoid ICE detention.|
|National Lawyers Guild||312-913-0039|
|Any Bizer||(504) 473-0018|
|Baltimore Action Legal Team (BALT)||Hotline: (443)-814-9160|
|Chicago Indianapolis Louisville||(Tweet)|
|Missouri||Missouri Bail Fund||This is a Google Form to be filled out by attorneys offering leg services.|
|Montana||Montana Legal Services Assoc|
|New York||Rouff Law Firm PLLC||Rouff Law Firm PLLC
26 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY
|Good Call Arrest Support Line||1-833-346-6322||Connect you to an attorney for free.|
|Thomas Perry, Esq.
Warshawsky Law Firm
|575 Lexington Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10022
T: (212) 971-1361
|Civil Rights Litigation Speciality: federal and state false arrest, excessive force, and malicious prosecution|
|Mills and Edwards, LLP||800-516-1314||Black owned;
Serving NY and Philly
|New Mexico||Senator Jacob Candelaria||(Tweet)|
|Ed Bartholomew – Raleigh: The Law Office of E.M. Bartholomew II, PLLC||(919) 853-7467|
The Law Office of E.M. Bartholomew II, PLLC
NCCU School of Law
|Tom Cadwallder||(650) 759-8196|
|T. Greg Doucette||(919) 606-7158|
|Ana Nunez||(919) 828-5570|
|John McWilliam||(919) 772-4000|
|Damon Chetson||919) 946-5392|
|Malcolm Matheson||(919) 335-5291|
|Paige Miles||(919) 747-3244|
|Lindsey Bivens Granados The Law Offices of Wiley Nickel, PLLC||(919) 650-2851|
|Saleisha Averhart||(919) 741-6798|
|Asi Jackson||(919) 729-2742|
|(statewide)||Charles Kunz||(919) 479-3490|
The Snow Legal Group, PLLC
|Charlotte||The Corbett Law Firm||(704) 401-5299|
|Charlotte||Charlotte Uprising organizers are forwarding names to attorneys||(704) 288-8840|
Seifer Flatlow, PLLC
Stowe Law Firm, PLLC
The Boyce Firm
KCA Law Firm
|Greensboro||Kahran Myers Davis
The Law Offices of T. Greg Doucette
|Winston Salem||Fred Adams||(336) 725-6559|
|James Quander||(336) 725-6600|
|Helen Parsonage||(336) 714-4480|
|Pitt County & Greenville, NC||Richard Faulkner
Faulkner Law Offices, PLLC
|Orange/Chatham, NC||Kellie Mannette||(919) 351-5586|
|Up Against the Law|
|Tweet with Dallas-Based Attorneys|
|Stacy M. Allen
Law Office of Stacy M. Allen PLLC
|Office: (832) 639-8529
Fax: (832) 558-1661
Kimbrough Legal, PLLC
|833-553-4251||Free! 24/7 Phone! Standby all weekend.|
|Austin||Austin Justice Coalition|
|IF YOU ARE DETAINED
1. Remain calm, do not antagonize the officer(s), and do not escalate the situation. Police get away with brutality, excessive force, and improper arrests under the guise of protecting themselves from the threat of immediate harm.
2. Ask “am I being detained, or am I free to go?” This is a good way to know whether you are being detained in such a manner that requires a reading of your Miranda rights.
3. Please remember that you have the right to remain silent and ask for a lawyer immediately. When in doubt, shut your mouth. Anything and everything can be used against you.
4. You do not have to answer any questions or explain your actions to a police officer. “I don’t have to answer questions about my day” is a good phrase to remember.
5. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you have the right to free legal counsel. Remain quiet – no matter what the police say to you, never sign anything or make any decisions without a lawyer present.
6. Courts have upheld that cops are able to say just about anything to a detainee in questioning to get answers or information from them. This includes lying (for example, “your friend we arrested already told us you did XYZ”). Do. Not. Engage.
7. You have the right to a phone call (usually local); if this is to your lawyer, the police can not listen in on it. However, this is not true for calls made to anyone else.
Section II: For People Who Can’t Donate or Protest
- On Twitter, someone created a twitter thread of alternative actions people without the means to donate can take. Here is that thread.
- This document was written a number of years ago for people who cannot protest, whatever the reason may be.
- I want to encourage everyone to write to Joshua Williams, who was arrested when he was 18 during the Ferguson Uprising. He’s up for parole in June. Details here.
- YouTuber Zoe Amira is donating 100% of her ad revenue from this video to bail funds and memorial funds. You cannot skip the add for this to work properly!
- A Black Lives Matter “Ways you can help” page.
- A Twitter thread that has compiled petitions to sign.
- Amplify Movement for Black Lives and their mutual aid work.
- A Master List of Companies’ Support for BLM
Section III: For People Who Can Donate or Protest
*Do not donate to any fundraisers hosted by Shaun King.*
- If you’re confused as to why you should not donate to any fundraisers hosted by Shaun King, read this most recent article. There are plenty of others that you can find from over the years if you do additional research.
Misc. Community Controlled Projects and Mutual Aid Funds
|Location||Communities Served||Donation Link||Social Media|
|NYC, NY||Sex Workers||Mutual Aid Fund for Sex Workers of Color|
|Newark, NJ||Jannah on Grafton Fund||@Newarksjog on Twitter/IG|
|NYC, NY||Sex Workers; WOC||Mutual Aid Summer Commissary Drive by Survived and Punished NY|
|Minneapolis, MN||Healing Minneapolis|
|Black Trans Women||Homeless Black Transgender Woman Fund|
|Baltimore, MD||Black TLGBQ+||Baltimore Safe Haven|
|Pregnant, Parenting, and Menstruating Persons||The COVID-19 Contraceptive and Menstrual Product Fund
Donate: Venmo JaLoniOwens with “Repro Fund” in the Subject
|No Longer Need Funds|
|Black girls and women||Loveland Therapy Fund|
|Brandon Saenz Medical Fund — Shot in the eye during a protest; Needs multiple surgeries. A video of Brandon and several protesters injured similarly can be found here.|
|Trans People||Trans Affirming Resources; Trans Affirming Organizations|
|California||Prison University Project at the San Quentin State Prison|
|Rhode Island-Based||Project LETS Mutual Aid Fund|
|National||Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network (AWN)|
|Women For Political Change|
|Disability Justice Mutual Aid Fund
To Request: http://bit.ly/djmutualaid
|Disability Justice Culture Club
|Black Trans Medical Fund (Assistance w/ Healthcare — Including travel to facilities)|
International Bail Funds, Memorial Funds, and Resources (Non-US)
|Toronto, Canada||Protester Bail Fund.|
|Language: Korean||BLM Solidarity Template — For Korean Elders|
|UK||Key Advice for UK Protests from Green & Black Cross|
|UK||UK Black Lives Matter Fund|
|UK||Short List of AntiRacist Organizations: BLM UK;
Show Racism the Red Card; Runnymede; Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust; Stand Up to Racism; Southall Black Sisters; Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI)
|Australia||National Justice Project|
Nationwide Bail Funds, Memorial Funds, and Resources (US)
|Communities Served||Donation Link|
|The National Bail Project ((Low Priority – According to Employees)|
|The National Bail Network put together this thread of bail funds across the country|
|Master Document of Bail Funds (Some overlap w/ This One)|
|Resistance Resource Hub|
|Black Trans People||Black Trans Protesters Emergency Fund by CashApp ($btfacollective) and by Paypal|
|LGBTQ+ People||Black and Pink Support Services Request Form|
|LGBTQ+ People||Black and Pink Bail Fund|
|South Central LA, CA||Youth Justice Coalition (Grassroots youth organizing; decertification of the police)|
|Campaign Zero (Reformist Organization)|
|Movement for Black Lives|
|Philly, PA||Bread and Roses Community Fund|
Bail Funds, Memorial Funds, and Resources by State
|Location||Donation Link||Additional Information|
|The Montgomery Bailout|
|Birmingham||Bail Fund by Venmo and CashApp (StarRobb)||This is run by individuals not an organization|
|Mobile||Mobile Bail Fund|
|Dion Johnson Memorial Fund||(Memorial Fund)|
|Black People’s Justice Fund — Phx-Metro Bail Out Fund|
|Tucson||Tucson Second Chance Community Bail Fund|
|Little Rock Freedom Fund by CashApp $LRFreedomFund|
|Bay Area Anti-Repression Committee Bail Fund|
|Compton||Compton Bail Project|
|Los Angeles||People’s City Council Freedom Fund|
|People’s Budget LA – Movement|
|Action Bail Fund LA|
|Oakland||If you’ve been arrested / know someone who has been arrested in Oakland, call (408)-502-6605 or email email@example.com.||Jail Support / Bail Support from Hella Black Pod|
|Mutual Aid Fund by the Anti-Police Terror Project|
|People’s Program BailOut Fund||All excess funds go toward its community breakfast program.|
|Links to additional bailout funds to free protesters arrested in Oakland. (Tweet)|
|Orange County||Orange County Bail Fund|
|San Diego||San Diego Bail Fund – DeDe McClure Memorial Community Fund|
|We All Got San Diego – Mutual Aid Fund|
|Love Affair by Venmo (LoveAffairSD)
Redistributes 100% of money to trans and queer folks with priority given to BIPOC, disabled people, and undocumented people
|Sacramento||Sacramento Bail Fund|
|March for Black Women San Diego: Black Womxn Deserve Fund — Paypal; Cash App; Venmo; Facebook||Emergency Financial Support to Black Womxn in Crisis|
|San Jose||Bail Fund by the Silicon Valley DSA — Primarily for people detained in San Jose|
|Mutual Aid Fund by the Anti-Police Terror Project|
|Colorado||Colorado Freedom Fund|
|Connecticut||Connecticut Bail Fund|
|Delaware||Food Not Bombs Jail Support: (833)-362-9456|
|Food Not Bombs Bail Fund|
|DMV Protest Kit Fund|
|Florida||Support Florida F12 Protesters organized by Gainesville FKA IWOC.||Request funds by Instagram (gainesville_fka_iwoc) or by firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Miami||FemPower Bail Fund by Venmo and CashApp: fempowermia and by PayPal||https://linktr.ee/fempowermia|
|FemPower Jail Support: 786-676-8806|
|Dream Defenders (Collaborates w/ FemPower)||https://linktr.ee/MiamiDreamDefenders & https://lnk.bio/dreamdefenders|
|Tampa Bay||Tampa Bay Community Support Fund organized by the Tampa Bay Students for a Democratic Society||Request Form|
|Orlando||Community Bail Fund||Only for those arrested on nonviolent offenses|
|Jacksonville||Community Support Fund|
|Tallahassee||Funeral Arrangements for Mychael Johnson (GoFundMe)||(Memorial Fund)|
|Tallahassee Bail Fund||Tallahassee Community Action Committee + Dream Defenders Gainesville|
|Memorial Fund for Tony Mcdade||(Black LGBTQ+)
|Athens Freedom Fund|
|Atlanta||Atlanta Solidarity Fund|
|Hawaii||Hawaii Community Bail Fund|
|On The Ground Chi is getting protestors PPE, masks, and first aid.
Venmo (OnTheGroundChi) & PayPal
|(Directly Support Protesters)|
|Chicago Community Bond Fund|
|Winnebago Bond Project|
|Iowa||Eastern Iowa Community Bond Project|
|Memorial Fund for Italia – Killed during protest||Killed during a protest.|
|Louisville Community Bail Fund|
|Fight for Breonna||(Memorial Page)|
|Breonna Taylor Memorial Fund||(Memorial Fund)|
|David McAtee Memorial Fund||(Memorial Fund)|
|Revolving Community Bail Fund and Advocacy Campaign.|
|Baltimore Action Legal Team‘s Bail Fund|
|Baltimore Action Legal|
|Shawn Leak’s Legal Fees (Black, Genderqueer)||(Black LGBTQ+)|
|Aaron James “AJ” Sutton Memorial Fund||(Memorial Fund)|
|Massachusetts||The Massachusetts Bail Fund|
|FANG Community Bail Fund|
|Detroit Justice Center|
|The Bail Project|
|Minnesota||Youth Gas Mask Fund by Venmo @Isak-Douah or by Paypal: email@example.com
Statement: “My name is Isak Douah and I am raising money to buy military grade gas masks for Black youth activists on the front lines. We are choking on tear gas every night in Minneapolis. Anything you can spare would go a long way.”
|(Directly Support Protesters)|
|Twin Cities Mutual Aid Map (Pop Up Food Shelves)||Community Controlled|
|Black Visions Collective
Petition: Defund the MPD
|Reclaim the Block
Petition: Defund the MPD
|Floyd Memorial Fund (GoFundMe)||The Floyd Family and their legal counsel confirmed that THIS is the ONLY GoFundMe that they have created.|
|Minneapolis Freedom Fund (Bail Fund)||(No Longer Need Funds)|
|The Northstar Health Collective||(No Longer Need Funds)
|MN Healing Justice Network/Spiral Collective||(Medical Resource)|
|Twin Cities Recovery Project (Grief & Trauma Support) (Medical Resource)||(Medical Resource)
long haul care, ongoing trauma response, immediate funds to healers on site at Cup Foods and Moon Palace Medic Relief
|Protesters in Minneapolis need the following items: Milk, milk of magnesia, baking soda, bandanas, water bottles, saline, first aid (kits), bandaids, gauze, hydrogen peroxide/alcohol, disinfectant wipes, heavy creams with no oils/additives, and goggles.
Donate to their Zelle via (612)-598-9366
|(Directly Support Protesters)|
|An organizer made a request for funds via Twitter to purchase gas masks and other protective gear for frontliners.||(Directly Support Protesters)|
|May/June MN Bail Fund and Support List||Do not include BLM in the note. Some donors have been blocked because of it.|
|Women for Political Change’s Frontline Fund||(Directly Support Protesters)|
|North Loop Minneapolis LinkTree|
|Mississippi||Mississippi Bail Fund|
|One Struggle KC Legal Fund|
|KC + St Louis: Missouri Black Bail Relief Fund||To Request Bail from the MO Black Bail Relief Fund|
|KC Community Bail Fund|
|Short List of Anti-Racist Organizations: Race Project KC; KC Anti Violence Project; Shirley’s Kitchen Cabinet; Stand Up KC; KC Tenants; Thelma’s Kitchen|
|Arch City Defenders|
|Action St Louis|
|Montana||Short List of Racial Justice Orgs: Montana Human Rights Network; Montana Racial Equity Project|
|Nebraska||Neighbors for Common Good with “bail” in the memo.|
|James Surlock Memorial Fund||(Memorial Fund)|
|Las Vegas Freedom Fund|
|NYC Bail Fund — Free Them All for Public Health
Venmo (BailOutNYCMay) & CashApp ($BailOutNYCMay)
|(No Longer Need Funds)|
|Brooklyn Community Bail Fund||(No Longer Need Funds)|
|Trans Emergency Release Fund||(LGBTQ+ Led + Serving)|
|COVID Bailout NYC|
|Albany||Albany Bail and Safety Fund|
|Rochester||Bail and Supply Support by CashApp: $BLMRoc and by Venmo: @BLMRoc|
|Syracuse||Syracuse Black Lives Matter||Financial assistance w/ bail, snacks, water, and supplies for rallies, protests, and political education|
|Charlotte Jail Support Line: (980) 224-2097|
|Charlotte Bail Support:
CashApp ($WereStillHere) & Venmo (ResistanceIsBeautiful)
|The AntiRacist Activist Fund|
|Charlotte DSA Statement & Resources|
|Durham||Durham Bail Fund|
|Fayetteville||Fayetteville Bail Fund by PayPal|
|Greensboro||Greensboro Bail Fund by PayPal or by CashApp (GSOMutualAid)|
|Raleigh||Community Bail Fund|
|Goggles for CBus Protesters||(Directly Support Protesters)|
|Cincinnati||Cincinnati Freedom Fund|
|Beloved Community Church|
|Columbus||Columbus Freedom Fund|
|Central Ohio||Black Queer & Intersectional Collective||(Black LGBTQ+)|
|Black-Owned Ohio Businesses|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma Protesters Bail Fund|
|24/7 Bail Support Line: 541-515-5721||This is run by individuals not an organization|
|Bail Fund by Venmo (eugenebailfund)||This is run by individuals not an organization|
|Portland||PDX Protest Bail Fund|
|Black Resistance Fund PDX Request Form
Contact the Portland General Defense Committee (Tweet)
|Jail support through GDC at firstname.lastname@example.org or by 503-442-0866|
|Lancaster Bail Fund|
|Pittsburgh||Bukit Bail Fund|
|Jailbreak by Venmo: PGH-FreedomFund|
|Philly||June 6 Protest|
|Philadelphia Bail Fund|
|LiveWell Foundation – Free Online Mental Health Services; Serves everyone but is based in Philly||(Medical Resource)|
|Rhode Island||FANG Community Bail Fund|
|Short List of AntiRacist Organizing in Rhode Island: Direct Action for Rights and Equality (DARE); Providence Youth Student Movement; Alliance to Mobilize our Resistance (AMOR); Refugee Dream Center|
|South Carolina||The Black Caucus of the Democratic Party Bail Fund
Please tag donations with “BC Bail Fund”
|Charleston||Bail Fund – Organized by Individuals
By Venmo (chsrebellion2020)
|Columbia||Bail Fund – Organized by Individuals
By Venmo (sodacitybail)
|Nashville Bail Fund||Bail Request: 615-455-1875 & email@example.com|
|400+1 Bail Fund|
|Mutual Aid ATX Venmo + Cash App: mutualaidatx||(Medical Resource)|
|Dallas||The Luke 4:18 Bail Fund by Faith in Texas.|
|Support for protesters in Texas from the Texas Civil Rights Project|
|Dallas Bail Fund for Protesters||Bail Requests: 469-546-9181|
|Houston||Houston Community Bail Fund|
|Support for protesters in Texas|
|Restoring Justice Co. Bail Fund|
|San Antonio||Texas Organizing Project Bail Fund — @OrganizeTexas on Twit.|
|Utah||Bail Fund organized by Utah Against Police Brutality|
|Richmond Community Bail Fund|
|Roanoke||Roanoke Community Bail Fund|
|Tidewater||Humanities Behind Bars’ Bail Fund|
|Washington||Northwest Community Bail Fund|
|Seattle||Seattle Bail Fund|
|Olympia||Olympia Bail Fund||IG: @flyersolympia|
|Washington D.C.||Legal Aid Society|
|DC Resistance Fund|
|People have mentioned that posting bonds in D.C. is a little funky! Here’s a resource I found!|
|Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD) –||Abolitionist Organization; Disability Justice Organization
|Black Lives Matter Washington DC|
|DMV Protest Kit Fund|
|Wisconsin||Free the 350 Bail Fund
|Milwaukee||Milwaukee Freedom Fund|
|Black Owned Business Fund|
TIPS FOR PROTESTERS
MEDICAL & SAFETY ADVICE (INCL. SANITATION + PPE)
- This Google Doc contains the best practices for before, during, and after protests.
- This Twitter thread contains reminders and new information about maintaining your respiratory health while protesting.
- Avoid posting and resharing photos that could help police, white supremacist groups, and employers identify the people protesting. Blur other people’s faces, tattoos, or other identifiable attributes if you’re going to post!
- “Riot Medicine” – A Twitter thread.
- Treating Bullet Wounds – A Thread from an EMT.
- Sew or use safety pins to close up pockets and don’t carry easy to open bags. Police put illegal things in them and use what they say they’ve found to bring cases against people.
- Write out ICE (in case of emergency contact) and notes about any required medication or medical problems. Phone number of doctor not a bad ideas either.
- It is best not to bring prescription medications to the protests. If you do, you’re encouraged to bring the bottle containing your prescription. Police are likely to give you a hard time, but it’s safer to have the bottle your meds came in.
- Avoid wearing your contacts! Tear gas is particularly harmful for you!
- If you are protesting while seated and someone begins to attack you, cover the back of your neck and your lower back with your arms.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
- For people doing the heavy lifting on the ground: A resource on deleting your digital footprint. It’s best policy not to post excessively about what you’re wearing, who you’re going with, etc. to avoid drawing additional attention to yourself.
- Many people have recommended using ‘Signal’ to communicate! It is more secure than your DMs on Twitter or IG. More on Signal here. More tips on making your phone more secure (Thread)
- The best policy is to watch what you text and to make sure you’re not including your location on your social media posts. Turn off your location!
- Tool for quickly scrubbing metadata from images and selectively blurring faces and identifiable features. Phone or Desktop. Credit
FOR POLICE INTERACTIONS: This tweet teaches you how to set a Shortcut to film your encounters with police and to contact your emergency contact.
- While undercover police officers may not always have a colored arm band, many protesters in NYC have noticed that some reliably do wear different colored arm bands. However, be on alert. You cannot always assume you will spot an undercover officer!
GENERAL SOCIAL MEDIA TIPS!
- Avoid posting and resharing photos that could help police, organized and unorganized white supremacist groups, and employers identify the people protesting.
- Click here if you’re not sure how to blur people’s faces, tattoos, and other identifying attributes.
- Do not use your social media page to discourage looting or “violent protest”. It’s counterrevolutionary to use your platform this way.
- A quick response: “Violence aimed at the recovery of human dignity and at equality cannot be judged by the same yardstick as violence aimed at maintenance of discrimination and oppression.” – Walter Rodney
- Reading Material: “In Defense of Looting” by Vicky Osterweil
- Do not share videos and photos of the murder of George Floyd or any other Black person who has been murdered police – or anyone for that matter! These videos are the lynching postcards of our time.
- Reading Material: “White Witness and the Contemporary Lynching” by Zoé Samudzi
- Do the work to unlearn and to fight all of your racist conditioning re: innocence and criminality.
- Reading Material: “Black is Crime: Notes on Blaqillegalism” by Dubian Ade
- Thread of documentaries to watch to understand US policing
- Reading Material: A reading list for people being radicalized by the protests taking place. Political education accompanies the work being done in the street!
- (For Vietamese Communities) Reading Material: AntiBlackness in Vietnamese Communities.
- (For Allies) Reading Material: A Guide to Allyship
FOR PARENTS & TEACHERS WHO WANT TO TALK ABOUT RACE
What is this document?
|This Google document contains links to community bail funds, memorial funds, political education resources, organizations to put on your radar as well as general advice/tips for people attending protests or using social media as an organizing tool.|
How can I edit the document?
|If you believe that there is anything missing from this Doc or that I’ve included a link that should not be here, whether that be because the organization is no longer accepting donations or protesters on the ground do not trust an organization, reach out by email (firstname.lastname@example.org. I am not granting editing access to preserve the integrity of the document! Many of my comrades have made similar documents, granted editing access, and had the materials deleted.|
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