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For Homeless Housing, Gov. Makes 286 State Properties Available for...

If you or somebody you know is interested in real estate development or running shelters for formerly homeless people, now is the time to...

Caught In The Gap: Californians Facing Evictions Still Waiting ...

Any day now Anita Miller could become homeless. The 58-year-old single woman, who lives in Long Beach, is just waiting for the county...

After Forcible, Armed Eviction by Local Law Enforcement, Moms 4 Housing...

Homeless moms who were forcibly evicted from a vacant Oakland house where they lived for two months without permission from the home’s corporate owner,...

Mayor and City Staff Plan to Destroy Self-Made Homes, Advocates...

On Sept 11, the Oakland Public Works Department plans to destroy about 20 small homes that residents who can’t afford sanctioned housing have built...

Gallo Wants City to Help Clear Debris at Fruitvale Home Depot

Councilmember Noel Gallo is calling for the city to remove unhoused residents living near Home Depot’s Fruitvale store. Many residents at the encampment, however, claim...

Council Adopts Kaplan’s $3.2 Billion Budget

Bas wins $12 million for Community Land Trust affordable housing fund Voting Tuesday night, the Oakland City Council adopted a two-year, $3.2 billion budget, partially...

City’s Plan for Homeless Causes Tension in West Oakland Encampment

After opening three community cabin sites, the City of Oakland is continuing its plan to create more sites and has also laid plans to...

Report: How to House Oakland’s Unhoused Within Six Months

The following is the third part of a series profiling the new report from the Dellums Institute/Just Cities for the Housing and Dignity Project...

Hope Task Force Hosts Multi-Service Day for ‘Unhoused’

Free Brown, founder of Hope Task Force, isn’t waiting until ground breaks for the tiny houses for the homeless. They need services now, and...

Displacing Black People and Culture, Gentrification: The New “Negro Removal” Program

Gentrification has emerged as a major threat to Black communities that have been centers for Black business/economic development, cultural and civic life for generations. Gentrification has...

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