The Occupy Wells Fargo Vigil to Stop Evictions on March 30, 2013, went to another location, the Haight! We continue to demand that Wells Fargo stop foreclosing on and evicting our neighbors with their illegal, predatory, or discriminatory loans.
We picketed with signs and leaflets in front of the Wells Fargo bank branch at 1726 Haight Street to a lot of positive and a little negative response. We charged into the bank urging people to “move your money out of Wells Fargo.” The security guard told us to leave, then monitored the door to let in only one customer at a time.
We look forward to continuing the vigils this week and ongoing until Wells Fargo stops their illegal, predatory, or discriminatory foreclosures and evictions of folks like our neighbor Bernetta Adolph, a disabled senior retired Muni employee.
At their weekly meeting this morning, the Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters of the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), Occupy Bernal, and Occupy Noe decided to endorse the Occupy Wells Fargo Vigil to Stop Evictions.
To find out more and RSVP for one of the vigil opportunities, see http://occupytheauctions.org/wordpress/?p=8570