Watch a video from Peter M. with Occupy SF documenting our bus tour of Wells Fargo community predators
Saturday morning, April 7
The South Bay communities of Hillsborough and Los Altos are seemingly safe, full of large, idyllic homes for the 1 percent. But community predators lurk among them.
Nicholas G. Moore and Philip J. Quigley both sit on the board of Wells Fargo. They are still at large, living in luxury while they continue to steal our neighbors’ homes and prey on our communities. Foreclosure fighters, neighbors and activists have been demanding loan modifications, but our cries have fallen on deaf ears. Earlier in March, Dexter Cato even re-occupied his home in Bayview/Hunters-Point, but Wells Fargo still refuses to negotiate a loan modification in good faith.
On April 7, we will be bringing the crimes of Moore, Quigley and the rest of the Wells Fargo community predators to the light of day. Join us as we visit their houses and demand that they stop foreclosing on ours. Come demand loan modifications that will allow all of our neighbors to stay in their homes!
Bus leaves at 9 a.m. from 515 Cortland, in front of Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
9:30 a.m. from Dexter Cato’s reoccupied home, 1401 Quesada
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/
Flyer (Word format): GET ON THE BUS 4-7
Sponsored by Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) and Occupy Bernal.