Join the Occupy Our Homes National Day of Action December 6th

musclehouse1.jpgLast week thousands made a pledge to defend our homes and communities from the big Wall Street banks that have been on a three-year-long foreclosure binge, kicking struggling families out of homes all across the country.

The 99% is saying "No" and fighting back against the big banks in a big way. Community members nationwide are rallying to stop foreclosures, keep families in their homes, and fill vacant homes with displaced residents.

Tomorrow marks the launch of a national campaign to defend families threatened by foreclosure and to support filling empty bank-owned homes with people in need. It all starts tomorrow, December 6, with a nationwide "Occupy Our Homes" day of action.

Find the action near you below.

ACCE is helping to support these events and has established a signup page. Click on the event closest to you to register:

If you can't make it to an action, take the pledge to support families Defending Our Homes and Communities:   If you want to organize your own home defense, start with the Home Defense ToolKit

SF National Occupy Our Homes Day of Action, 1479 Quesada Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124 at 10AM

Oakland National Occupy Our Homes Day of Action, Defremery Park, 16th & Adeline St, West Oakland, CA 94607 at 4PM

Oakley National Occupy Our Homes Day of Action, Oakley City Hall, 3231 Main Street  Oakley, CA 94561-3147 at 11AM

Redwood City National Occupy Our Homes Day of Action, 310 "C" St. Redwood City, CA 94063 at 12PM

San Diego Day of Action,Civic Center Plaza at 2pm, 1200 Third Ave, San Diego

L.A. Day of Action, Meet at E 1st St & S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 at 11am

I can't make any of these, but I want to pledge to support these actions.

Do you like this post?

Showing 2 reactions

commented 2013-12-23 11:45:54 -0800 · Flag
Thank you
@erinjerri tweeted link to this page. 2011-12-06 10:27:16 -0800

ABOUT US: ReFUND California is a coalition of organizations throughout California committed to exposing the unfairness of the state’s current economic reality and engaging in public campaigns to force the changes that are necessary.