Five years into the financial crisis, not one banker has been prosecuted for helping bring down the world economy. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder recently testified that he thought "too big to fail" banks are also too big to jail. Meanwhile, homeowners and communities are still suffering from Wall Street’s foreclosure crisis.
On May 20th hundreds of homeowners, foreclosure fighters and allies will converge on DC and take dramatic, peaceful action to demand that the Obama Administration hold Wall Street accountable and deliver long overdue relief, including mortgage principal reduction, to the hardest hit communities.
More info on the entire Week of Action in DC: http://corporateactionnetwork.org/campaigns/wall-street-accountability-week-of-action-may-18-25th-washington-dc
14th Street and Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20004
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