SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. –– Renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump of Ben Crump Law and co-counsel Dennis S. Ellis of Ellis George Cipollone O’Brien Annaguey LLP (EGC) will hold a news conference on Wednesday, May 17 to discuss their ongoing litigation against Wells Fargo for housing discrimination practices. Plaintiffs of Wells Fargo’s alleged discriminatory practices and victims of other banks will be in attendance, including Willie Brown Jr., former mayor of San Francisco.
Oakland City Attorney Barbara J. Parker will also be in attendance. In 2015, the City of Oakland sued Wells Fargo over its racially discriminatory banking practices and Parker remains concerned about Wells Fargo’s ongoing practices.
In the nearly seven decades since the Brown v. Board of Education decision, through documented redlining, predatory lending practices, and blatant discrimination, many urban neighborhoods remain separate and unequal.
Live stream: https://youtube.com/live/6kkEeZc269o?feature=share
Attorney Ben Crump
Willie Brown Jr., housing discrimination victim and former mayor of San Francisco
Attorney Dennis S. Ellis
Christopher Williams, plaintiff
Dr. Gia Gray, plaintiff
Aaron Braxton, plaintiff
May 17, 2023, at 11:30 am PT
Phillip Burton Federal Courthouse
450 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94102
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