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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...

Prop 10 Fails, Measure Y Passes

The repeal of Costa-Hawkins has not passed on the state ballot this midterm election.  Proposition 10 would have repealed the statewide Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing...

Diverse Coalition of Leaders Unite in Support of Proposition 10

California Democratic Party Chair Eric Bauman in Sacramento Prominent leaders from health, housing, environmental, labor, seniors, immigrant rights, faith and civic organizations recently joined Proposition...

Report: Oakland Can House 2,000 Homeless People in 6 Months “If Political Will...

A number of Oakland groups released a  “Community-Based Oakland Plan to House the Unhoused” at a press conference Monday at Geoffrey’s Inner Circle in...

Opinion: Vote Yes on Prop. 10: Repeal California’s Anti-Rent Control Law

California, the state with the highest rents and most evictions, is the battleground for rent control this mid-term election. The real estate industry and...

UN Report Says Oakland Guilty of “Cruel and Inhumane  Treatment” of Homeless

The United Nations Special Rapporteur to the Right to Adequate Housing, Lelani Farha, released her new report on Oct. 19 documenting the “global scandal”...

Teach-in Oct. 30 on Voting and Housing Insecurity at Laney College

Laney College’s Poor Peoples Campaign Teach-In Committee is hosting a teach-in Tuesday Oct. 30, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Student Center at Laney College...

Homeless Aid: Oakland Receives $9 Million from SF Foundation, Kaiser Permanente

Made possible by a funding initiative by San Francisco Foundation and Kaiser Permanente, a new homelessness prevention program is to be carried out in...
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