Stephanie Beatriz Donates To National Bail Fund To Help Protesters
Stephanie Beatriz joined other tv and movie cops in donating to help the Black Lives Matter protesters. The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star donated money to the National Bail Fund to give protesters the money they need to post bail.
Stephanie Beatriz and other people who have worked on show about police are donating to help Black Lives Matter protesters.
Beatriz plays a police officer on the NBC comedy “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.” The show depicts a police force in New York and has become a wildly successful and popular show. Beatriz decided to follow the lead of another person who has portrayed a police officer in donating money to help those fighting against police brutality.
Former “Blue Bloods” actor Griffin Newman started the trend and it is catching on.
There are so many organizations that you can donate to right now to help the Black Lives Matter cause. Beatriz and Newman chose the National Bail Fund Network. The organization is using the money they raise to pay the bail of people arrested for protesting against police brutality in recent days.
The movement is extending past the actor as more people join in on helping the movement.
Warren Leight is a playwright and television producer best known for his work on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” and has worked on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” According to his tweet, his work on the shows inspired him to follow the lead of his colleagues and peers in donating to the cause. Leight chose the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.
Beatriz’s co-star Melissa Fumero also put up and donated to the National Bail Fund.
There are so many ways to help the fight against racial injustice and police brutality. You can donate to, amplify, volunteer at, or support various organizations that are all committed to the fight. There is no wrong way to help the Black Lives Matter movement so do what you can.
If you want to learn more about the National Bail Fund Network, follow them on social media.
They are a great resource if you want to help the people physically involved in the fight. Social media has been flooded with images and videos of people being brutalized by police at protests across the country. There are even more examples of police arbitrarily arresting people peacefully protest to save Black lives.
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