David and Alejandra Cruz
    • Thursday, June 21 4 PM
      535 Griswold, Detroit
  • PNC: Return the Cruz Family Home
    PNC: Reverse Jerome Jackson Foreclosure

Note from Alejandra Cruz:

Friends and Supporters,

Our family can’t believe how much support we have received from around the country in our fight to save our home. We are so thankful for each and every one of you.

Jerome Jackson (in wheelchair) at GE shareholders meeting protest April 25, 2012.

After PNC committed to working with our family to resolve this issue 23 of our supporters were arrested during 5 eviction attempts in one week and PNC stopped returning our calls. That’s when we decided it was time to raise the stakes.

In just a couple hours, my brother David and I will embark on a caravan to PNC Bank’s national headquarters in Pittsburgh to attempt to hand deliver our family’s loan modification documents to Jim Rohr, the CEO. We hope to give him a chance to personally correct PNC’s mistake and make things right for our family.

Over 15 cities across have committed to rallying at PNC Bank branches in support of our family as part of the #J21 national day of action, and we believe that we are on the verge of finally getting justice for our family.

Can you take a few minutes to support our family and share my petition with 5 friends?

In addition, please like and share this #J21 facebook image which was shared over 1,000 times in under 24 hours!

You can also follow: and hashtags #J21 and #CruzHome for more updates on our trip.

We are in need of support to finance the caravan and week of action. If you are able, you can donate to our efforts here:

Thank you so much for your support.

Si se puede,
Alejandra Cruz

Sign the petition supporting HR 4848, which calls for a MORATORIUM on FORECLOSURES for THREE YEARS;

The Moratorium NOW! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions, and Utility Shutoffs is open to all those who want to fight for a moratorium on foreclosures, evictions, layoffs, and utility shutoffs. We meet every Monday, 7 PM, at 5920 Second Ave., Detroit.


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