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Month: December 2020

Where SF City Fails to Help the Unhoused, ‘Hotels Not Hospitals’ Steps UpBay Area

Where SF City Fails to Help the Unhoused, ‘Hotels Not Hospitals’ Steps Up

San Francisco — During the world-historical COVID-19 pandemic and the worst fire season in California history, the unhoused population of
Temporary Sanctuary Extended for City’s UnshelteredBay Area

Temporary Sanctuary Extended for City’s Unsheltered

Update (12-22-20): FEMA announced its funding will continue for “the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic”. San Francisco — On Tuesday,
Oil Companies, Not Citizens, Must Fund State’s Battle Against Climate ChangeClimate Change

Oil Companies, Not Citizens, Must Fund State’s Battle Against Climate Change

Editor’s Note: This editorial is reprinted from The California Fighter. The state recently announced a $74 million dollar project to move a
SF Slow to React to Racial Disparity in COVID Response, Grants Free TestingBay Area

SF Slow to React to Racial Disparity in COVID Response, Grants Free Testing

San Francisco has done well to curb the virus and slow infections, but has been unable to escape a disparaging