At least 1,000 of people on the frontlines of the economic crisis took  to the streets in San Francisco on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, October 12,  to meet up with some 30 people who blocked four entries to Wells Fargo  Bank corporate headquarters at 420 Montgomery and shut it down. “When  you have people gathered and surrounding the bank demanding to be  recognized and respected, then for each individual inside that bank,  they are forced to ask themselves: ‘What am I doing? What role am I  playing in this?’ That’s how the policies change,” said Nell Myhand,  Oakland Homeower Clinic Coordinator for CJJC and someone personally  fighting a foreclosure.
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At least 1,000 of people on the frontlines of the economic crisis took to the streets in San Francisco on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, October 12, to meet up with some 30 people who blocked four entries to Wells Fargo Bank corporate headquarters at 420 Montgomery and shut it down.

“When you have people gathered and surrounding the bank demanding to be recognized and respected, then for each individual inside that bank, they are forced to ask themselves: ‘What am I doing? What role am I playing in this?’ That’s how the policies change,” said Nell Myhand, Oakland Homeower Clinic Coordinator for CJJC and someone personally fighting a foreclosure.

Photo by Josh Warren-White

Causa Justa Just Cause @causajusta1

We are Organizing Together!

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