Last night at our weekly Bank Tenant Association meeting we continued to build on the incredible energy of the Dunwell family vigil over the weekend.
We had planned to gather on Thursday morning to continue the Dunwell’s fight against the no-fault eviction being carried out by Fannie Mae after foreclosure. We got news from our Legal Shield today that the Dunwell’s eviction hearing will be postponed because Fannie Mae has yet to turnover documentation that the Dunwell’s requested in their discovery filing. We will continue to track the case and take action!
In the meantime, at our meeting, we decided that we should build on the energy and momentum of the vigil and build toward our Statewide Protest at Bank of America in Copley Square on May 14th.
Please mark your calendars for the following upcoming actions to demand that Bank of America and other big banks that caused the financial crisis END ALL NO-FAULT EVICTIONS AFTER FORECLOSURE and INCLUDE PRINCIPAL REDUCTION IN LOAN MODIFICATIONS FOR MILLIONS OF HOMEOWNERS
We will gather together to gear up for our statewide action on BOA by gathering to March & Protest at Bank of America in downtown Springfield. With testimony from local homeowners that have been abused, mistreated, foreclosed on and evicted by Bank of America.
Then we will get on the bus and take our movement to Boston to join with 9 other Bank Tenant Associations from across the region and hundreds of allies and activists.
Join us to serve an arrest warrant on Bank of America and demand that B of A and other big banks end no-fault evictions and reduce principal on millions of homeowners mortgages.
We are organizing a Bus to head out to Boston . Seats are $5 – $25 (sliding scale). Please pay what you can afford — and if you can afford more, we appreciate it!
Bus leaves at 8 am from in front of Stop & Shop in Springfield Plaza at 1225 Liberty Street in Springfield, MA.