Occupy Fanny Mae to Stop Evictions of Betty Davis and Alfred Richardson

On November 2, 2012, Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters from the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), Occupy Bernal, and the Occupy the Auctions and Evictions Campaign, visited the office of Fannie Mae in San Francisco to demand the halt of the evictions of African-American senior Betty Davis and African-American, senior, disabled veteran Alfred Richardson.

The protestors made it to the front door of the 30th floor office of Fannie Mae at 50 California Street in San Francisco, but unfortunately no one answered the door when they rang and knocked. So, Betty Davis slid her statement and demands under the door and the participants tacked posters to the walls surrounding the Fannie Mae and other 30th floor offices, as well as the bathroom and elevators.

Links: Action Alert       Occupy Senior and Veteran Evictions and Foreclosures (Occupy Anniversary)    Prior Occupy Fannie Mae Action    Betty Davis Profile    Alfred Richardson Profile

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