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Meet the Six Big Banks Keeping Private Prisons in Business

sunnubian ·
Meet the Six Big Banks Keeping Private Prisons in Business NOV 17, 2016 · 3 MIN READ · 21 COMMENTS Rebecca McCray is a staff writer covering social justice. She is based in New York. Without these institutions, The GEO Group and Core Civic would be in trouble—which is what advocates for divestment want. A Wells Fargo bank branch in Miami. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) NNOV 17, 2016 · 3 MIN READ · 21 COMMENTS As the advent of a Donald Trump presidency looms, speculation about what his...
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Kocolicious ·
Wow! I heard about those fraud cases...I didn't know Wells Fargo was involved. Advocates have been screaming about mass incarceration for a few years. Now it is appears to be a reality. And we're talking top rate banks i.e. Bank of America? Chase? These are main stream banks a lot of people use. I can't believe they're openly support/invest in social politics that's clearly against humanity. Yet...it is. Wonder what their mission statement is now? Will this be an acceptable "business" trend?
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sunnubian ·
You know, when you look at the ENTIRE picture, it truly seems that the wealth of Western nations, has always been derived from the oppression, exploitation and destruction of the Black race.
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Congressional Black Caucus Institute Takes CoreCivic Cash, Boosts Policies That Help Private Prisons

sunnubian ·
Congressional Black Caucus Institute Takes CoreCivic Cash, Boosts Policies That Help Private Prisons ALEX KOTCH & DONALD SHAW AUGUST 16, 2019 As it benefits from the corporate coffers of private prison giant CoreCivic, the institute advocates privatized reentry programs from which the company profits. Susan Walsh/Associated Press Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Representative Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) also chairs the Congressional Black Caucus Institute, whose financial...
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Re: Congressional Black Caucus Institute Takes CoreCivic Cash, Boosts Policies That Help Private Prisons

sunnubian ·
"Despite its public statements, the caucus’ affiliated institute has financial ties to CoreCivic, a private prison company that activists say stands in opposition to reforming the criminal justice system." "CBCI is one of several affiliated entities that are legally distinct from the Congressional Black Caucus but share personnel and operate under the caucus’ brand and banner ." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So,...
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