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The Community Justice Exchange's National Bail Fund Network "works with community bail funds that have been established across the country to counter the impact of mass incarceration as well as those created to meet the needs of specific communities or in response to specific organizing actions."
Click here to donate to a bail fund near you and support both protestors on the ground and those who are at risk of contracting COVID-19 while incarcerated and awaiting trial.
Other well-sourced and up-to-date guides put together by university librarians
Local Community Organizations
Creighton University and the greater Omaha area have many groups working for justice in our city and community.
Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
From the website: "The office leads the university in continually and sustainably fostering a welcoming, inclusive, and affirming university environment where each individual is cherished and can succeed as their fully authentic self as a reflection of justice and our Catholic Jesuit mission."
Doing Nothing Isn't Enough
Creighton Magazine article on antiracism effortsfrom Summer 2020. Includes linkout to list of resources on Teaching Anti-Racism.
Kingfisher Institute for the Liberal Arts and Professions
From the website: "The Kingfisher Institute is founded on a bold vision for the future of higher education, and Jesuit and Catholic higher education, in particular: a vision that liberal arts and professional education complement and reinforce one another. "
From the website: "A Collection of resources developed by Dr. Erika Dakin Kirby (Professor, Communication Studies) and Dr. Guy McHendry (Associate Professor, Communication Studies) and supported by Creighton University's Kingfisher Institute for the Liberal Arts and Professions."
**Note: some of these resources may be repeated elsewhere on this guide.