Stop the Foreclosure Auction of Nell Myhand and Synthia Green’s home from 11:30am to 3:00pm on March 8, 2012, Alameda County Courthouse, 1225 Fallon St, Oakland, Lake Merritt BART.
UPDATE: The action was a tremendous success with a few hundred protestors showing up to block all the auctions scheduled to take place on March 8, 2012. at the Alameda County Courthouse in Oakland, California. Nell spoke to her supporters and offered thanks, then after a couple of hours of protesting, she received a call from Chase bank to let her know that they agreed to postpone the foreclosure auction of her home. A variety of other speakers talked about how we all need to fight against bank foreclosures of our neighbors and celebrated International Women’s Day.
Here’s the Causa Justa::Just Cause action report which includes a slideshow on the action (for pictures, see below on this page). Pirate Baban recorded this video and this video of the action (just wait for a few seconds through the ads).
ACTION ALERT: Please follow up to make sure that Chase renegotiates their loan with Nell and Synthia. Make sure to let Chase know the following information in your contact: Martha Nell Myhand and Synthia E. Green, homeowners of 1329 E 32nd St, Oakland, CA 94602, loan#1996439003. You can contact Chase Bank CEO Jamie Dimon at 212-270-0121, fax 614-422-7575, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can contact Peter Barker of Chase West Coast Operations at 310-860-7210. You can contact FHFA Freddie Mac CEO DeMarco at 202-649-3800 press #2, fax 202-649-1071, email email@example.com.
Here are pictures of the action (including photos of Nell, the protestors and supporters, as well as some auctioneers and potential investors):