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“It is inspiring to see this progressive momentum in Minneapolis,” one of the Minnesota Freedom Fund’s board members said, “but it’s hard in a lot of ways to celebrate our work. The truth is, we don’t want to exist, really.”

“It is inspiring to see this progressive momentum in Minneapolis,” one of the Minnesota Freedom Fund’s board members said, “but it’s hard in a lot of ways to celebrate our work. The truth is, we don’t want to exist, really.”

Minnesota Freedom Fund to use influx of donations to help arrested protesters

The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which until recently had only one full-time staff member, received more than $31 million in donations by the end of the first week of June.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which bails low-income people out of jail or immigration detention, used to run on a shoestring budget. But in the past few weeks, the group received $31 million from more than 900,000 individual donations.

The controversy over how the Minnesota Freedom Fund is spending its donations, explained

The controversy over how the Minnesota Freedom Fund is spending its donations, explained

The controversy over how the Minnesota Freedom Fund is spending its donations, explained

Minnesota Freedom Fund plans next steps with more than $30 million raised — and criticism pouring in

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To continue to learn from & lift the Black and African American community, we're shining a spotlight on organizations that are advancing social justice. The Minnesota Freedom Fund is a community-based nonprofit that combats the harms of incarceration.

Minnesota Freedom Fund Slammed After Revealing Less Than 1% Of Donations Have Been Used To Bail People Out Of Jail

Minnesota Freedom Fund Slammed After Revealing Less Than 1% Of Donations Have Been Used To Bail People Out Of Jail.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund: @MNFreedomFund  pays jail bonds for those who cannot afford to fight discriminatory and coercive jailing

The Minnesota Freedom Fund, which pays bail for those who cannot afford it and received online support from some celebrities, took in a remarkable $20 million in a matter of days — so much that its website was now encouraging donors to give elsewhere

The Minnesota Freedom Fund raised about $20 million within 4 days following the killing of George Floyd. People around the world donated to the fund, which posts bail for low-income people and protesters in Minneapolis.

The Minnesota Freedom Fund has raised ~ $20 million in funds to help release people jailed before trials:

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I just donated to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to bail out protestors who are on the streets over the racist police murder of George Floyd. Please donate whatever you can - and spread the word >>

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