TELL WELLS FARGO: DON’T FORECLOSE ON OUR AMERICAN DREAM #Minnesota

Wells Fargo profits from immigrants, it invests in private prisons that stand to profit from criminalizing immigrants

Immigrants in Minnesota have trusted Wells Fargo with their money for decades. But rather than help us build strong, healthy communities, Wells Fargo has supported anti-immigrant politicians, invested in Corrections Corporation of America (CCA), the largest private prisons company in the country, and harmed Latinos with subprime lending practices.

Bachmann’s Birthright Bill Threatens Our Families… And Wells Fargo Supports Her

  We Have a Voice. Tell Wells Fargo: Don’t Foreclose on Our American Dream

 Protest Wells Fargo • Saturday, October 15th at 11:30am

Meet at SEIU Local 26 office, 706 North 1st Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401

 For more information, call or text Rafael Morataya at (612) 382-4590.

Michele Bachmann, a Republican candidate for President, co-sponsored a bill that would eliminate birthright citizenship for children of undocumented immigrants.

While we work hard to build a better future for our children, Wells Fargo supports politicians who say our children aren’t Americans.

Wells Fargo Forecloses on Our Homes… While Investing in a Private Prison Company that Supported Arizona’s SB1070 and Makes Money Incarcerating Immigrants

CCA not only pushed for Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant Law, SB1070, they also stand to profit from the increased incarceration of immigrants detained under that law.

CCA reports show their executives believe immigrant detention is their next big market.

NPR exposed how CCA worked with the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a conservative membership group of state legislators and powerful corporations, to draft the model bill for SB1070.  Of the bill’s 36 co-sponsors, two thirds are a part of ALEC or went to the conference where the bill was drafted and thirty of them received donations from prison lobbyists or prison companies.

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