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City Making Tenderloin Safer

Posted June 30, 2020 by

Residents Get Safer Streets, Many Unhoused Get Homes “Thank you everyone who did this. I’m so proud to live in the Tenderloin and proud of people who take care of my Tenderloin.” —Norma Carrera, resident of 201 Turk, commenting on
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Will Progressives End Racist Zoning?

Posted June 16, 2020 by

Black Lives Matter and Housing for All “When you look at the source of that racial inequality, you almost always end up at housing discrimination, housing segregation. Which is to say you always end up at land use, at zoning.”
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Lawsuit Settlement Keeps Tenderloin Hopes Alive

Posted June 16, 2020 by

Clearing Tents Reopens Path to Revitalization Tenderloin residents, workers and small business owners are thrilled at last Friday’s lawsuit resolution with San Francisco. The settlement provides the Tenderloin with the same level of health and disabled access protections as other
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Step Up Time for California’s Billionaires

Posted June 16, 2020 by

With the Movement for Black Lives raising the call to defund the police and redirect funding to programs more likely to enhance public safety like public education, housing, and mental health services, we should consider how these municipal issues play
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