Stop the Eviction of Washington and Maria Davila

Occupy the Housing Auction: People’s Lives Are Not for Sale!
Stop the Eviction of Washington and Maria Davila!

Friday, Jan. 20, 1:45 p.m.
City Hall Steps, Rear (Van Ness) side

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Washington and Maria Davila have been living in a house they have been renting in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood for the past seven years. But now, because their landlord, who lives in Las Vegas and is suffering from cancer, is in foreclosure, Wells Fargo is planning to sell the house at an auction this Friday. According to the Ellis Act, a new owner-occupant of the house could evict the Davilas.

On Friday, as part of the Occupy Wall Street West day of action, Occupy Bernal is determined to disrupt the housing auction to stop the eviction of our neighbors. We also will be leafleting potential home buyers, calling on them not to buy the Davilas’ home.

For more information, visit or email Phone: 415-483-9138

Join us as we occupy the steps of city hall! People’s lives are not for sale!
Join Occupy Bernal on January 20: Occupy Wall Street West!

Foreclosure fighters, Bernal neighbors, and supporters will be rallying locally to demand that banks stop foreclosing on our homes and evicting renters as well as homeowners in our neighborhood, while accepting billions of dollars in bailouts to crash our economy. We’ll also be joining thousands of others in downtown San Francisco who will be occupying the financial district all day to protest the financial institutions whose policies continue to wreck our lives. Join us at the following locations and times:

9-10 a.m. Rally at Bank of America, 3250 Mission Street (between Cesar Chavez and 29th St.)

10 a.m. March to Wells Fargo, 2595 Mission Street (at 22nd Street)

10:30 – 11:30 Rally at Wells Fargo

12:00 Noon, Rally at Wells Fargo Corporate Headquarters, 420 Montgomery Street (at California)

1:45 p.m.: Occupy the Housing Auction: Stop the Eviction of Washington and Maria Davila! City Hall steps, rear (Van Ness) side.

Transportation from Bank of America to the Wells Fargo on Mission St. will be available for those unable to march. For more info, please contact or Phone: 415-483-9138.

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