Women with Walkers and Wheelchairs Close San Francisco Bank Of America Branch

January 12, 2012
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Tita Caldwell, 80, led the charge of women with walkers and wheelchairs, against Bank of America in San Francisco, CA. last week, explaining that she and her team of protestors are demanding the bank to lower fees, pay higher taxes, and stop foreclosing on, and evicting, homeowners. The women, aged 69 to 82, who live at the senior home up Mission street from the Bernal Heights Bank of America branch, decided to hold their own protest to address the issues of the banking crisis that face senior citizens on fixed-incomes.

For more, visit CBS San Francisco.

4 Responses to Women with Walkers and Wheelchairs Close San Francisco Bank Of America Branch

  1. Pastor Lisa Cleveland on February 3, 2012 at 7:02 am

    Thank for taking the time to explain and address such behavior. My prayers go out to those who are confused, embarassed, and offended by such foolishness from Eddie Long and those that are being mislead within New Birth. God knows how to reach those who truly want truth and a relationship with Him, but those looking for sensationalism are being overwhelmed with this act. It’s so sad to know and watch. God is not mocked. God is not pleased. He will be held accountable.

  2. Pastor Lisa Cleveland on February 3, 2012 at 7:02 am

    Thank for taking the time to explain and address such behavior. My prayers go out to those who are confused, embarassed, and offended by such foolishness from Eddie Long and those that are being mislead within New Birth. God knows how to reach those who truly want truth and a relationship with Him, but those looking for sensationalism are being overwhelmed with this act. It’s so sad to know and watch. God is not mocked. God is not pleased. He will be held accountable.

  3. Pastor Lisa Cleveland on February 3, 2012 at 7:02 am

    Thank for taking the time to explain and address such behavior. My prayers go out to those who are confused, embarassed, and offended by such foolishness from Eddie Long and those that are being mislead within New Birth. God knows how to reach those who truly want truth and a relationship with Him, but those looking for sensationalism are being overwhelmed with this act. It’s so sad to know and watch. God is not mocked. God is not pleased. He will be held accountable.

  4. Pastor Lisa Cleveland on February 3, 2012 at 7:02 am

    Thank for taking the time to explain and address such behavior. My prayers go out to those who are confused, embarassed, and offended by such foolishness from Eddie Long and those that are being mislead within New Birth. God knows how to reach those who truly want truth and a relationship with Him, but those looking for sensationalism are being overwhelmed with this act. It’s so sad to know and watch. God is not mocked. God is not pleased. He will be held accountable.

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