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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

NO CONDO CONVERSION FOR EVICTED ELDER’S BUILDING

  San Francisco Planning Commissioners on Thursday, March 8 unanimously rejected the condo conversion application for 668-678 Page Street where Iris Canada, a 100-year-old African American woman who had lived in her apartment since the 50s, was evicted on February

REPEAL COSTA HAWKINGS!

Tenants paid a visit on December 5 to State Assemblymember David Chiu’s San Francisco office to pressure him to schedule a hearing on the Costa Hawkins repeal measure (AB 1506) in the Housing and Community Development committee that he chairs.

CITY: NO DISPLACEMENT WITHOUT COMPARABLE UNITS FOR VETS

At the November 16 SF Planning Commission meeting, city representatives promised that none of the Bayview vets who live in Judy Wu properties will be displaced before comparable housing is found for them. The commissioners rejected the discretionary review that

STATEWIDE TENANTS CONFERENCE

About 450 tenants from across the state of California gathered at Alameda High School in the city of Alameda on Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23 to learn from each other and to strategize on key tenant issues, including

NO ELLIS ACT AT 3039-41 CALIFORNIA!

We’re fighting an Ellis Act at 3039-3041 California where long-time tenants are at threat of eviction by their new landlord. This building is home to some of the few black, senior and disabled female tenants who have managed to remain

TENANTS RIGHTS CAMPAIGN POSTERS

Check it out! The San Francisco Anti-Displacement Coalition, which includes Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco and other housing justice groups throughout the city, just released a new tenant rights poster campaign on city buses along with new multi-language resource