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Occupy SF Rally and March - Bank Transfer Day
by Rubble
Sunday Nov 6th, 2011 11:01 AM
Hear audio from Bank Transfer Day, as occupiers marched through Financial District streets, serving foreclosure notices to Chase, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America then marching through Chinatown. (15 minutes).
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Hundreds of thousands of consumers have closed their accounts out of the major banks, opening accounts at credit unions and aother local banks instead. Today was another push to have this trend increase. In the first audio piece, activists serve Chase Bank for their violent and inhumane home foreclosure policies.
§Occupy SF - Bank Transfer Day
by Rubble Sunday Nov 6th, 2011 11:01 AM
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Activists serve foreclosure on a Financial District branch of Wells Fargo, among other things for its war profiteering. An activist from Veterans For Peace speaks, with best regards to Scott Olson, who's condition has been upgraded from critical to fair. He has just started speaking again.
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§Occupy SF - Bank Transfer Day
by Rubble Sunday Nov 6th, 2011 11:01 AM
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Activists foreclose on a Financial District branch of Bank of America, described as the worst of all big banks and in no way representative of any "America" that Occupiers or anyone else should want. Then the march takes off on a bilingual chant march through the streets of Chinatown to protest racist bank policies in that community. (16 minutes)
§Occupy SF - Bank Transfer Day
by Rubble Sunday Nov 6th, 2011 11:01 AM
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We are the 99%!!! Chants from the street march through Market Street to Chinatown and back to the Occupation at Bradley Manning Plaza.
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