Private prison companies hold contracts to operate hundreds of prisons, jails, and immigration detention centers across the country — facilities being used to incarcerate and separate families. Two private prison industry leaders, CoreCivic and GEO Group — both repeat offenders on the Global Exchange Corporate Criminal list —  depend on debt financing from banks like yours to conduct their day-to-day business operations, finance new facilities, and acquire smaller companies.  Wells Fargo has played a leading role in financing these debts. In doing so, Wells Fargo is complicit in and profiting from mass incarceration and the criminalization of immigration.

Tell Timothy Sloan, the CEO of Wells Fargo: STOP financing pain for corporate gain!

Me must use our voices, our votes, and the power of our pocketbooks to fight against human rights abuses in the false name of national security. Our democracy and our futures depend on it.

Wells Fargo - Stop Financing Pain For Corporate Gain!

  

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112 Ms Laurie L. Oct 13, 2018
111 Ms MJ B. Oct 12, 2018
110 Ms Katherine S. Oct 11, 2018
109 Ms Lianne M. Oct 11, 2018
108 Ms Jeanne E. Oct 10, 2018
107 Ms Kathleen W. Oct 10, 2018
106 Dr. Anneeth H. Oct 10, 2018
105 Mr Kyle T. Oct 10, 2018
104 Ms Sue D. Oct 10, 2018
103 Ms PK D. Oct 03, 2018
102 Dr. Jack S. Oct 03, 2018
101 Ms Linda L. Oct 02, 2018
100 Ms JW B. Oct 02, 2018
99 Mr Owen W. Oct 02, 2018
98 Ms denise f. Oct 01, 2018
97 Ms Meryle A. K. Sep 27, 2018
96 Mrs Mandy R. Sep 26, 2018
95 Ms Pauline H. Sep 26, 2018
94 Mr Jonathan G. Sep 26, 2018
93 Ms Marco C. Sep 25, 2018
92 Ms Liza G. Sep 25, 2018
91 Mr Ted L. Sep 25, 2018
90 Ms Brandon B. Sep 25, 2018
89 Ms Loy S. Sep 25, 2018
88 Mr Maxwell N. Sep 25, 2018
87 Ms Luisa M. Sep 25, 2018
86 Ms Donna M. Sep 25, 2018
85 Ms Camille R. Sep 25, 2018
84 Mr Eduardo D. Sep 25, 2018
83 Ms Jaqueline T. Sep 25, 2018
82 Mr Pedro N. Sep 25, 2018
81 Ms Orion C. Sep 25, 2018
80 Ms Renee L. Sep 25, 2018
79 Ms Laura A. Sep 25, 2018
78 Ms Leticia L. Sep 25, 2018
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76 Ms Jean H. Sep 25, 2018
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66 Ms Angela G. Sep 25, 2018
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63 Ms Juan A. Sep 25, 2018