Hands off Deborah Harris’ home

UPDATE: Dawn Butler’s Eviction #oohdc #occupydc

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Occupy Our Homes

Monday, June 4, 2012
12:00pm in EDT

Freddie Mac 325 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

After 23 years of saving lives as a Paramedic EMT with the DC Fire Department, and then getting seriously injured on the job, Deborah Harris just wants to have a quiet retirement. After her injury and surgery, Ms. Harris got behind on her mortgage, and JP Morgan Chase bank moved quickly to foreclosure, auctioning her home to Freddie Mac in Dec. ’09.

In 2011, Deborah stood her ground and fought back but Chase continued to ignore her so Freddie Mac went on requesting that the court evict her.

On June 4th at 12pm, Deborah, Occupy Our Homes DC and other supporters of Deborah Harris will rally at Freddie Mac to demand that they desist in their eviction efforts and for JP Morgan Chase to give Deborah a loan modification that will allow her to stay in her home. We will not accept these two institutions blaming the other one and letting Ms. Harris take the consequences. BANKS DON’T NEED HOUSES, PEOPLE DO

Please sign the petition to keep Deborah in her home: http://salsa3.salsalabs.com/o/50106/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=7705

Contact us at Housing@occupydc.org if you want to get involved or have any questions.

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