Peralta Community College Board Approves Moving Money Out Of Big Banks

Look at this awesome news from Peralta Community College in the East Bay. Colleges, it's time to join the movement.

From East Bay Citizen

Nov. 16, 2011 | Members of the Peralta Community College Board of Trustees charged with overseeing over 45,000 students in the East Bay voted Tuesday night to acquiesce to the growing power of the Occupy movement by beginning the process of pulling its assets from large banking institutions.

The resolution, first introduced by Trustee Abel Guillen, asks the community college chancellor to provide the board a list of recommendations for beginning the move to smaller community-based banks and credit unions no later than the end of January.


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