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Join our Happy Hour Fundraiser for Housing Rights!

Join us for Happy Hour, Thursday Jan 24th 5:30-7:30pm at Radio Habana Social Club – 1109 Valencia St! Come celebrate a new year and a continued fight for housing justice with us! $5-$10 donations at the door (No One Turned

Public Hearing about the Monster in the Mission!

Español Abajo ******************* The time has finally come for the very first public hearing about the Monster in the Mission! Join The Plaza 16 Coalition, tenants, friends and neighbors on February 7th at Mission High School. We will have the

In the Dual Fight for Prop 10 & C, We’ll Celebrate One Victory & Keep On Fighting!

Press Release: November 7, 2018. In the Dual Fight for Prop 10 & C, We’ll Celebrate Prop C’s Historic Victory and Keep Fighting for Affordable Housing and Fair Rents! By the Committee for Yes On 10 in SF Tenant advocates throughout

Go Vote Nov. 6th! Our office will close for Election Day

Go VOTE Tuesday Nov. 6th! Yes on Prop 10  & Prop C to stop skyrocketing rents and prevent homelessness! Visit: yeson10sf.org for more info. We will resume normal counseling hours Wed. Nov. 7th.

Take action for 2820 Folsom Street!

Tenants at 2820 Folsom Street in the Mission District are fighting an Ellis Act eviction from repeat evictor Danny Sun.  The tenants include artists, social-service workers, elders, and people with disabilities.  Take action today by calling Danny Sun’s used car

Tenants award SF’s largest landlord Spirit of Greed Award

As the Northern California Real Estate & Construction Council began its 31st anniversary Spirit of Life Award ceremony for Veritas Investments CEO Yat-Pang Au, tenants of SF’s largest landlord, joined by clergy and medical professionals from the Do No Harm

Vote June 5th! Help Tenants Get Free Lawyers to Fight Evictions

This is our voter guide for issues effecting tenants and working class San Franciscans. Vote Yes on Prop F – Right to Counsel, The measure provides legal representation for tenants facing eviction. This proposal for city funded representation reached the