Cut the Chase! Day Of Action (Day 1 in Santa Cruz, CA)


29 February 2020
00:00 - 02:00 (UTC +00:00)


Santa Cruz

hosted by

Extinction Rebellion Santa Cruz

Fearless Climate Warriors! Extinction Rebellion Santa Cruz has joined witCalifornia Climate Action groups (Rainforest Action Network, 350 Bay Area, 350 Silicon Valley, XRLA, XR Youth, Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Front Bay Area and others) in an extended, escalating campaign aimed at putting pressure on Chase Bank to divest from their ongoing financing of the fossil fuel industry.

We will kick this campaign off by showing up and making our demands clear at Chase bank on Friday 2/28. Ongoing Chase actions will continue through the week of Earth Day.

How can you participate:

** You can hold signs and banners outside the bank- just show up at 4pm, bring a sign or use one of ours.

** You can hand out educational fliers to Chase customers and/or cars that are stopped in traffic.- just show up at 4pm and we will supply you with fliers.

** You can learn the moves to the disco dance and participate in the DISCO flash mob. To learn the dance, email … or show up at Motion Pacific THIS Sunday at 2pm (Feb. 16) and next Saturday at 4 pm (Feb. 22). Wear your disco outfits on day of!!

** You can take video or photos and share on social media.- just show up and do it.

** You can divest your personal money or cut your credit card and send us a video about your process.

** You can BE PRESENT at Chase for the action- just show up at 4pm and be peaceful.

*Note: Details are still forming. If you want to participate with the planning and/or the action, email

*Invite people from any and all climate and social justice groups and unaffiliated individuals to join us!


JPMorgan Chase is by far the biggest funder of the fossil fuel industry worldwide – the ONLY U.S. funder of the Jordan Cove Pipeline and a major funder of the Coastal GasLink Pipeline currently blocked by the Wet’suwet’en Nation in British Columbia.

In the 3 years since the Paris Agreement, JPMorgan Chase provided the fossil fuel industry with $196 billion in financing.
They are the #1 banker of arctic oil & gas drilling, the #1 banker of ultra-deepwater oil & gas drilling, the #2 banker of fracking (right behind Wells Fargo), the #1 banker of Liquid Natural Gas and the #1 U.S. banker of coal mining.

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