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Tues Dec 6th: What can you do to spotlight home foreclosure crisis?

Occupy Wall Street and the national occupy movement are confronting the issue of home foreclosures. This is part of a national kick-off for a new frontier for the occupy movement: the liberation of vacant bank-owned homes for those in need.

Look for events in your town. Think about ways you could help families in need or raise awareness about criminal and unjust practices of the big banks. (See Brooklyn/NYC event link at bottom.)

posted at occupywallst.org
Occupy Wall Street Goes Home
Dec. 1, 2011, 3:04 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt

National Day of Action
December 6, 2011

On December 6th Occupy Wall Street will join in solidarity with a Brooklyn community to re-occupy a foreclosed home. The day of action marks a national kick-off for a new frontier for the occupy movement: the liberation of vacant bank-owned homes for those in need. The banks got bailed out, but our families are getting kicked out. The fight to reclaim democracy from the banks is growing from Wall Street to Main Street.

The NYC foreclosure tour and home re-occupation is part of a big national day of action on Dec. 6 that will focus on the foreclosure crisis and protest fraudulent lending practices, corrupt securitization, and illegal evictions by banks. The Occupy movement actions, including eviction defense at foreclosed properties, takeovers of vacant properties by homeless families, and foreclosure action disruptions, will take place in more than 25 cities across the country.

Go to the
FaceBook page for NYC event: here

Folks will start at 1pm in East New York/Brooklyn, and do a Foreclosure Tour, meeting for a house-warming party at the end (at a surprise location).

So far, 880 people have said they are going. Can you make it? Can you think of anyone to invite?

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