Groups issue call to action for detained LGBTQ community member Salesh Prasad

Organizations that are co-hosting the call to action include the Episcopal Diocese of San Joaquin, based in Fresno; the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, a statewide nonprofit based in Oakland; and the New York-based Queer Detainee Empowerment Project … The Reverend Deborah Lee, executive director of the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity, [said] … “Sal is a freedom fighter and an artist, who generously shares his gifts with others around him. His spiritual path of redemption is a model for all of us… Sal has the support and love of his community, including the faith community here in San Francisco, and should be released.”

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