Bonnie Abaunza

Founder, Main Street Brigade

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Founder of Main Street Brigade, a group of Hollywood creatives who got together to support the AFR coalition and Elizabeth Warren

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Wall Street's worst nightmare is a heroine to consumer advocates. When has a Harvard professor of bankruptcy been the subject of an admiring rap video?

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Wall Street's worst nightmare is a heroine to consumer advocates. When has a Harvard professor of bankruptcy been the subject of an admiring rap video?

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