Good news from the Occupy movement. This story was taken from Change.org:
created this campaign calling on Chase Bank to stop the foreclosure on the home of a local 78-year-old grandmother, Helen Bailey. While moving forward with foreclosure on Ms. Bailey, who marched for civil rights, JP Morgan Chase also launched a new website and marketing campaign aligning itself with the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ms. Bailey won the support of prominent civil rights leaders including Cornel West who said: "I strongly support my dear sister Helen Bailey. Her struggle for justice is legendary. I stand with her." Nashville
After receiving attention from media outlets like MSNBC, the Huffington Post, Business Insider, the Associated Press and The Tennessean, Chase Bank announced that it would postpone Ms. Bailey's foreclosure. After negotiations with Ms. Bailey's lawyer, Ms. Bailey and Chase Bank reached an agreement that will allow her to stay in her home until she dies.
Ms. Bailey said: “I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I love my home and my community and I am so blessed to be able to stay here. I am thankful for the support of my neighbors and the nation." Occupy
said that they thank Change.org for "providing a platform to make social change possible." Nashville