Mid-Market / Tenderloin

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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The Tenderloin Strikes Back

Posted May 5, 2020 by

Resisting Mayor Breed’s Vision of Tenderloin as Containment Zone On May 4, Hastings College of the Law and Tenderloin residents and small business owners sued San Francisco for failing to implement health care protections in the Tenderloin. The federal lawsuit
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SF should shift Tenderloin tents to Civic Center Park

San Francisco Endangers Tenderloin Residents

Posted March 31, 2020 by

City Intentionally Increases Tenderloin Coronavirus Risks There were 232 tents in San Francisco’s Tenderloin yesterday morning. That’s by design. The city is  converting the working-class neighborhood into a containment zone for drug dealers and the unhoused. That’s why Tenderloin residents
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City Ignores Lack of Social Distancing in Tenderloin

Posted March 24, 2020 by

City Not Enforcing Social Distancing I recently wrote about my forty years working to improve San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood (“After 40 years the Tenderloin at Another Crossroads,” SF Chronicle, February 23).  I particularly highlighted how the city has long allowed
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