Presbyterian Church marches with the Bond Project to eradicate cash bonds
The Bail Project helps people who can't post bail and remind them of upcoming court hearings.
Shameka Parrish-Wright is the Louisville Sight Manager for the Bail Project
"The issue is that incarceration brings about a lot of money for local governments and we know that there is a money cycle that is part of that, but there ought to be a more ethical and healthier way to raise money," said Rev. Nelson.
This is a partnership between the Presbyterian Church, USA and the Bail Project. They say their goal is to eradicate the cash bail system.
The church marched, along with other community members to educate people on this issue and to demonstrate that Louisville can do better.