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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/09/15
More than 20 immigrant rights protesters marched into Wells Fargo Bank on Nicollet Avenue and Lake Street on Nov. 7.
BY Josh West | Provo, UT | 4/11/13
Students and community members protested in front of the Wells Fargo building on April 6 to voice their opposition to Wells Fargo’s hypocritical marketing. Wells Fargo deeply invests in privately owned prisons through firms like Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), the largest private prison company in the U.S.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 3/14/13
40 residents and community supporters from the Foreclosure and Eviction Free Zone marched on Wells Fargo with the boards used to illegally board up an occupied home.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/10/13
Jessica English, a single mother of four who was homelessness, moved into an abandoned Wells Fargo-owned home in south Minneapolis last month.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/28/13
13 people were peacefully arrested Feb. 27 as they marched on Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, demanding the bank turn over vacant homes to community control and calling for fairer banking practices.
BY David Hungerford | Trenton, NJ | 4/15/12
In March, the Coalition to Save Our Homes asked New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa for a meeting.
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 11/08/11
More than 50 union activists, as well as OccupyMN participants and others, rallied outside the University of Minnesota’s McNamara Alumni Center on Nov. 8 to protest a speech by Wells Fargo CEO Jon Stumpf.
BY Chris Getowicz | Minneapolis, MN | 10/25/11
Over 200 students gathered and took to the streets, marching on Wells Fargo, where they demanded financial institutions forgive student loans.
BY B.J. Murphy | Winston-Salem, NC | 10/24/11
Over 100 Occupy Winston-Salem activists protested Oct. 22 in front of the local Wells Fargo branch to expose the bank’s racist policies against African-American and Latino communities.
BY Kosta Harlan | Raleigh, NC | 10/15/11
Over 1000 people gathered on the State Capitol grounds today, Oct. 15, as part of the Occupy Raleigh demonstration. The rally lasted four hours, as speaker after speaker stood to denounce the budget cuts and austerity measures being forced upon working people of North Carolina.
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