Tell the Business Bank of St Louis: Don't Block Foreclosure Mediation in St. Louis County, 11am Friday 10/19
Submitted by Jerome on Fri, 10/12/2012 - 6:45pm.
Last August, the St. Louis County Council passed foreclosure mediation legislation which allows a homeowner facing foreclosure to enter mediation with the lender and servicer of a loan.
But now the Business Bank of St. Louis is suing the county, stalling legislation that would enact a fairer foreclosure process and potentially keep thousands of county residents in their homes.
Join us to let the bankers know that we won't let them use lawsuits to deprive homeowners of a fairer foreclosure process.
Submitted by Jerome on Fri, 10/12/2012 - 11:22am.
Joe is one of many homeowners in St. Louis County that has not been able to reap the potential benefits of the recently passed Automatic Foreclosure Mediation Bill. He is currently facing a wrongful foreclosure eviction and feels that his eviction should be called off until the mediation bill has been properly implemented and he and other St. Louis County residents are able to take advantage of third party mediation.
Please copy and paste the message below and send it out the contacts provided:
SUBJECT HEADING: Please Help Keep County Resident In His Home
Coalition of Labor Union Women - Fighting Back/Marching Forward, Thursday October 11, 4pm from Kiener Plaza
Submitted by Jerome on Thu, 10/11/2012 - 11:53am.
The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) Saint Louis Chapter is an organization that has been established in our great city for over 39 years. CLUW was founded on the principles of leading efforts that would empower women in the workplace, in their unions and encourage political and legislative involvement. CLUW adheres to the belief that organizing women workers in union and promoting polices that support women and working families. We’ve accomplished a great deal but there is so much more that must be done as the attacks against women rights remain constant.
Submitted by Jerome on Wed, 09/19/2012 - 9:09am.
"End the Fed" chant our right and left wings, while the liberals chant "Audit the Fed." Then we come together with "BailOUT no THANKS, bust UP big BANKS!" Surely the Fed needs a reform if not an end, and surely we should all learn more about it. Where can we go for a free remedial economics class? END THE FED rally, Saturday Septermber 22, noon-3pm, One Federal Reserve Plaza, Broadway and Locust Streets, St Louis, Missouri 63102
Here is the Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/159244600879295/
Submitted by Jerome on Fri, 09/14/2012 - 1:19pm.
Hello Young Activists!
Listen up St. Louis: :YSTL Radio Stars
Submitted by Jerome on Wed, 09/12/2012 - 10:48am.
*Guest Speaker Jackson Katz: this Thursday (tomorrow!) at 8pm in Graham Chapel
*Open SARAH Safe: Wednesday September 16th, 6pm in DUC 272
Submitted by Jerome on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 11:26pm.
Jim McLeod’s ‘special way’ to be remembered with special place on South 40
The legacy of Jim McLeod, whose goal was for the university to know every student “by name and by story,” will be honored by Washington University in St. Louis with the dedication of McLeod’s Way Saturday, Sept. 15.
Submitted by Jerome on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 11:18pm.
Here is the most recent version of the application: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFluY3RYbE42UDFvdS1...
Please see www.washucoop.org
Thrive Wash U to Launch September 9, 2012: Making Washington University the Greatest University FOR the World!
Submitted by Jerome on Tue, 09/04/2012 - 11:12pm.
AN EXPERIMENT IN COLLABORATIVE SOCIAL CHANGE
Open Letter to Wash U CoOp: Happy Labor Day, and Some Gratuitous Faculty Advice for our Second Decade
Submitted by Jerome on Sun, 09/02/2012 - 9:53am.
Here is my annual "gratuitous faculty advice"letter, that I send every Labor Day. The letter is long so I'll be brief:
1) I cannot thank you enough for your support over the years. Relying on a transient group of students and alumni for one's primary support group is a bit risky, but I am honored to be an integral part of this community, and very grateful for individual and collective support. Thank you! I will keep on trying to pay it forward.