Update: Dozens of protestors mixed with revelers attending the Martin Luther King Jr Day at the Museum of the African Diaspora today asking Wells Fargo to stop the foreclosure auction of 90-year-old Tuskegee Airman Benjamin Reed and his family, as well as the 28 other families of the “Wells 29″. Please feel free to use the following photos and videos (hi-res available by clicking on the photos).
Thanks to Larry Faulks for the last picture of the dream he told the chalk artist at MOAD.
What: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service March & Call Rally
When: 11:30 a.m. January 21, 2013
Where: Museum of African Diaspora, 685 Mission St. (@Third St.), San Francisco, 94105
ACCE / OCCUPY BERNAL / OCCUPY NOE ACTION
“No Home For You!”
Wells Fargo Bank Shoots Down Tuskegee Airman
What Would Martin Do?
Help Save Homes From Foreclosure!
Wells Fargo Bank settled with US Department of Justice on predatory and discriminatory loan practices for $175 million (including Bayview Branch).
- Tell Wells Fargo to Stop Foreclosures & Evictions Now
- Tell Wells Fargo to provide fair deal loan modifications Now
- Tell Wells to Stop Throwing Pennies at The Arts To Look Good While Robbing Millions of Homes
- Honor Dr. King! Call Wells Fargo Out Now- Tell Them to Save Tuskegee Airman Ben Reed’s Home & Other Homes! +1 415-623-7738 Brenda Wright, SVP Wells Fargo/MoAD Board, and +1 866-878-5865 John Stumpf, CEO
“Our needs are identical with labor’s needs: Decent wages, fair working conditions, livable housing, old-age security, health and welfare measures, conditions in which families can grow, have education for their children, and respect in the community.”
— Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
For updates, including photos and videos of this action: http://occupytheauctions.org/wordpress/?p=7953