Early this year, the United Methodist Church Board of Pension and Health Benefits voted to withdraw nearly $1 million in stocks from two private prison companies, the GEO Group and Corrections Corporation of America (CCA).
The decision by the largest faith-based pension fund in the United States came in response to concerns expressed last May by the church’s immigration task force and a group of national activists.
“Our board simply felt that it did not want to profit from the business of incarcerating others,” said Colette Nies, managing director of communications for the board.
Update:The bad news is CCA is offering to buy whole prison complexes from cash-strapped states in exchange for promises that the prisons will remain 90% full.
161 million souls reside inside this Book of the Damned.
Forced to deal every day with ungenerous page layouts, bad-looking visuals, cumbersome navigation, endless time-wasting dramas involving fake friends and stalkers.
Every click going straight into government filtered databases.
Even the "glitch community" and other so-called intellectuals have sold their souls to a rich, mentally ill eternal college sophomore and his backers.
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