Saqib Bhatti is a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute and the Co-Executive Director of ACRE and the Director of the ReFund America Project. He works on campaigns to rebalance the relationship between Wall Street and local communities. He was previously a fellow at the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and spent 10 years working on corporate accountability campaigns at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and UNITE HERE prior to that. Saqib is a fellow at the Roosevelt Institute and serves on the boards of the Americans for Financial Reform Education Fund, the Midwest Academy, and Political Research Associates. He graduated from Yale University.

Roosevelt’s Saqib Bhatti takes a deep look at how to how to free cities across the country from Wall Street’s Control in an opinion piece for In These Times. Wall Street banks are setting arbitrary fees that are creating budget headaches and forcing cities to pay money to Wall Street instead of important services like trash-collection,

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