Advancing Social & Economic Justice

Hello and welcome! I’m using this web space to share resources to advance social and economic justice in my communities, with a focus on the Washington, DC metro area, Alabama, and the South. If you have any links you’d like to share, please email me at amandascottdaigle@gmail.com.


DC, Maryland & Virginia (DMV)

DC Abortion Fund

Baltimore Abortion Fund

Blue Ridge Abortion Fund

Piscataway COVID-19 Relief Fund

DC Sex Workers’ COVID-19 Relief Fund

Black Lives Matter DC

Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition (CAIR)

Sanctuary DMV

Casa de Maryland

Trans Maryland

The People’s Law Library of Maryland

DC Incarcerated Voters & Returning Citizens

VA Restoration of Voting Rights


Alabama & The South

Yellowhammer Fund

Fund Texas Choice

Alabama COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Knights and Orchids Society Inc.

Magic City Acceptance Center

Africatown Heritage Preservation Foundation

Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice

Hometown Action

The P.O.W.E.R. House

Alabama Release the Jail Vote Campaign

Florida Amendment 4 Fines and Fees Fund

Campaign for Southern Equality

Southerners on New Ground


National

National Network of Abortion Funds

RIP Medical Debt

National Bail Out

Directory of Bail Funds for Protestors

Undocumented COVID-19 Relief Fund

Indian Country COVID-19 Relief Fund

The Arc’s COVID-19 Resources

LGBTQ COVID-19 Mutual Aid and Emergency Funds

LGBTQ Emergency Release Fund


Additional Resources

Share Abortion Pill Info

How To Use Abortion Pills

Abortion Finder

If/When/How Repro Legal Hotline

Miscarriage + Abortion Hotline

ACLU Know Your Rights

Jailhouse Lawyer’s Handbook

Movement for Black Lives Resources

Law 4 Black Lives: Movement Lawyering Resources

Mapping Police Violence

#DefundPolice Toolkit

We Came to Learn: Police-Free Schools Toolkit

Critical Resistance’s Abolitionist Toolkit

Until Freedom Comes: A Comprehensive Bailout Toolkit

Land Reparations & Indigenous Solidarity Toolkit

ICE Death Watch: An Advocacy & Organizing Toolkit

Hold CBP Accountable

The ADAPT Disability Activist Handbook

The Solidarity Library Disability Justice Toolkit


Do not get lost in a sea of despair. Be hopeful, be optimistic. Our struggle is not the struggle of a day, a week, a month, or a year; it is the struggle of a lifetime. Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.

Congressman John Lewis