Water Protectors to Paint Mural in Protest of Wells Fargo

Published February 24, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO – Water protectors, who vigorously fought the Dakota Access pipeline will protest Wells Fargo’s continued financing of oil and gas pipelines. On Saturday, February 24, 2018, indigenous, environmental and climate justices groups will urge the Wells Fargo branch, located in San Francisco’s financial district to stop its practice.

What: A non-violent direct action and live mural painted in front of the Wells Fargo Bank in the financial district of San Francisco.

Water protectors will paint a mural in front of the branch.

When: Saturday, February 24, 10am – 12pm PST.

Where: 420 Montgomery St., San Francisco, CA, 94104

Who: The protest is being organized by Idle No More SF Bay Area, Indigenous Environmental Network,

Speakers will include:

  • Isabella Zizi, Idle No More SF Bay Area

  • Daniel Illario, Idle No More SF Bay Area

  • Joye Braun, Indigenous Environmental Network

  • Joseph White Eyes, Indigenous Environmental Network

Visuals: 50ft. live mural painted on the street, colorful banners, hundreds in attendance, street theater.

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