Vanessa Fluker

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Vanessa Fluker

Vanessa Fluker is a Detroit, Michigan activist.

Moratorium NOW!

Vanessa Fluker is involved with Workers World Party-front, Moratorium NOW!. She is the attorney of Michelle Hart who was to be evicted by Countrywide now owned by BOA.[1] Moratorium NOW! formed in the spring of 2008 to fight for the passage of Senate Bill 1306, now numbered SB 29, "which would stop all mortgage foreclosures and evictions for two years."[2]

Endorsed SB 1306

As at Feb. 10, 2011, Vanessa Fluker had endorsed State Senator Hansen Clarke's Senate Bill 1306, "which would stop all mortgage foreclosures and evictions for two years." The bill is being supported by the Workers World Party-front, Moratorium NOW!.[3]

“Fighting Foreclosures”

Thursday, March 5th 2009, “Fighting Foreclosures,” a Michigan Coalition for Human Rights program featuring speakers Vanessa Fluker and Jerry Goldberg at 7 PM at Barth Hall (corner of Woodward and Warren) in Detroit.[4]

Black Women Lawyers Association award

In February 2010, Attorney Vanessa Fluker, a leader of the Moratorium NOW! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions and Utility Shutoffs, was honored at a brunch held Feb. 20 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. The Black Women Lawyers Association of Michigan presented Fluker with its prestigious Harriet Tubman Award for her legal services on behalf of children victimized by lead poisoning as well as her work representing homeowners fighting foreclosures and predatory lending. Coalition members and several of Fluker’s clients were among the hundreds who attended the BWLAM program.

“For every home we are able to save there are a thousand families who are put out on the street. If you think this doesn’t affect you, think again. Have your home appraised and see what it’s worth,” said Fluker. “The federal government is paying the banks to toss people out of their homes. Everyone must take up the fight for justice against the banks and lenders who continue to get billions in our tax dollars.”

Fluker was also presented with citations from several dignitaries, including U.S. Rep. John Conyers, Jr..[5]

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