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San Francisco Public Defender Mano Raju Stands with Black News Editor Fighting GEO Prison Corp

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SAN FRANCISCO - eTradeWire -- News shared by Nube Brown, Managing Editor of the San Francisco BayView Newspaper.  Posted Courtesy of Wright Enterprises Community Spotlight~~~

SF Public Defender Mano Raju stands with Malik Washington: "We continue to witness GEO Group's pattern of deceit and neglect in its response to the COVID pandemic. We must protect the health and dignity of the people living at 111 Taylor and invest in future reentry care that is community-based and focused on the needs of individuals, not the profits of GEO Group. I stand in solidarity with Malik Washington and for his rights as a member of the Black press to speak out and protect his community."

What: Pre-hearing rally calling for freedom of speech and of press for the San Francisco Bay View National Black Newspaper (http://www.sfbayview.com/) and Editor Malik Washington and to support their lawsuit taking on GEO Group ICE facility and for-profit prison corporation and the Bureau of Prisons.

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When: 12:00 p.m. Sunday, March 7, 2021
Where: 111 Taylor St. Re-entry Facility, San Francisco, CA, and streaming live instagram.com/sfbayview
Who: SF Bay View Editor Malik Washington and  SF Bay View National Black Newspaper
Contact: Nube Brown (707) 601-2901, nube@sfbayview.com
Photos and more information: https://www.facebook.com/malikdefensecommittee

***PRESS RELEASE***
RALLY FOR BLACK NEWSPAPER EDITOR SUPPRESSED BY FOR-PROFIT PRISON CORP. GEO GROUP, THREATENED WITH RE-IMPRISONMENT

Pre-hearing rally planned for March 7, 2021, 12-2 p.m. at 111 Taylor St. re-entry facility

"This is not just a fight against my First Amendment rights – this is an attack on the rights of Black newspapers and Black journalists. We have to create a space for Black media to speak truth to power without being subjected to oppression or censorship by those who seek to silence our voices because it's inconvenient for them to listen to Black struggles." – SF Bay View Editor Malik Washington

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This Sunday, March 7, 12-2 p.m. at 111 Taylor St. in San Francisco, come on out to our socially distanced rally, featuring speakers and music, calling for SF Bay View National Black Newspaper Editor Malik Washington's freedom and support prior to his March 10 hearing on a lawsuit filed by Malik and the SF Bay View against GEO Group and the Bureau of Prisons. PPE will be provided.

#"FREEMALIK!GEOOUTOFCALI!"

For Complete News Release: http://www.wrightnow.biz/articles_view.asp?articleid=83759&columnid=2898

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