Author: Katherin

HRCSF STAFFER RECEIVES AWARD

Alicia Sandoval, HRCSF’s Mission District Counselor and Organizer, speaks before the SF Board of Supervisors on September 5 after receiving recognition for her work helping to house tenants at 5 Persia who had to leave because their basement rooms were

15 Vets fight displacement

San Francisco – Four of 15 low-income vets with federally subsidized vouchers, who face displacement from 15 units declared illegal by the city, appeared before the SF Planning Commission on Thursday, July 27 to ask that the commissioners not allow

Housing for five families saved

The Housing Rights Committee and the SF Community Land Trust helped tenants at 17th and Fulton in the Richmond area acquire their building and preserve it forever as affordable housing. No tenants are being displaced. The story appears in the

New Owner Move-in Regs Pass Board

Reform of the city’s owner move-in (OMI) has passed the Board of Supervisors for the second time, and will now be sent to the mayor, but it’s unlikely he will veto it, considering that it was approved unanimously. Among the things

HUD cuts protested

On July 6th, San Francisco housing advocates (including Housing Rights Committee), and public housing and Section 8 tenants joined the National Day of Action against the current administration’s proposed $6.8 billion in cuts to HUD. Along with 25 other cities across

Stop Trump’s HUD Cuts!

NO TRUMP OR CITY CUTS TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING!  Rally and March April 27 @ Noon Federal Building, 450 Golden Gate This action is part of a national week of actions to stop Trump’s $6.2 billion cuts to HUD. HRCSF will