Tenderloin Groups Mobilize to Save Family Housing

Posted January 19, 2021 by

Tenderloin Families Need Larger Homes Developer: “We will offer classes to teach people how to eat properly.” The Tenderloin Housing Clinic (THC), Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC), Market Street for the Masses and neighborhood residents are opposing a destructive housing
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Despite Gentrification, SF Supervisors Shift Left

Posted January 12, 2021 by

Why Affluent San Francisco Remains Progressive San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors is the most progressive in history. And it follows two decades of sharply rising housing prices and hyper-gentrification. Weren’t wealthier newcomers supposed to make the city more politically moderate?
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Ending Homelessness—And Other Predictions for 2021

Posted January 5, 2021 by

U.S. Will Start Path to End Homelessness (Editor’s Note: This was originally published on January 5. Democrats have since won control of the Senate. Bernie Sanders and Sherrod Brown—both strongly pro-housing progressives— will now chair Budget and Banking respectively. This
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A Tenderloin Comeback in 2021?

Posted January 5, 2021 by

Tenderloin Retains Core Strengths On January 7, 2020 I wrote “A Tenderloin Breakthrough in 2020?” The subtitle: “After a Tough 2019, Tenderloin Will Move Forward.” The photo showed chefs at La Cocina’s Municipal Marketplace at 101 Hyde, which was expected
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