"Studies show that black men regularly receive longer jail sentences. So, it is a racial justice issue in who is the D.A.," says Saabir Lockett, the Director of Faith Alliance at EBASE.
He wants a break from what he calls, "a corrupt system." His remedy for change is to bring in someone from outside the established system, a system that Wiley has been a part of.
"In Pamela Price we do have new change. We have someone who is a civil rights attorney doing direct work with those who are impacted by oppression," says Lokcett [sic].
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