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Month: May 2021

SF Head of Homeless Response Blames Homelessness on Amenities and Pushes EnforcementBay Area

SF Head of Homeless Response Blames Homelessness on Amenities and Pushes Enforcement

A series of emails, released via the Sunshine Act, showed one of San Francisco’s top homelessness chiefs arguing that providing
Climate Activists Gathered in Front of Richmond Refinery for Anti-Chevron DayBay Area

Climate Activists Gathered in Front of Richmond Refinery for Anti-Chevron Day

RICHMOND—Last Friday, climate activists organized the 8th annual Anti-Chevron Day in front of the Chevron Richmond Refinery. Many who participated
San Francisco Free Muni Pilot Gets Budget Committee Approval, Moves Forward for Full Board VoteSan Francisco Board of Supervisors

San Francisco Free Muni Pilot Gets Budget Committee Approval, Moves Forward for Full Board Vote

San Francisco – On Wednesday, San Francisco Supervisor Dean Preston and Budget Chair Matt Haney overwhelmingly passed their Free Muni
San Francisco Unanimously Supports Statewide Effort to Turn Abandoned Properties into Affordable HousingHomelessness

San Francisco Unanimously Supports Statewide Effort to Turn Abandoned Properties into Affordable Housing

SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to support a state bill to help convert abandoned, tax
Jackie Fielder and the Daybreak PAC: An incubator for progressive successUncategorized

Jackie Fielder and the Daybreak PAC: An incubator for progressive success

San Francisco — As a 26-year-old, indigenous, queer, and Latina Democratic Socialist, Jackie Fielder is looking for more ways to
“End Apartheid”: Thousands Marched in San Francisco Mission District in Support of PalestineBay Area

“End Apartheid”: Thousands Marched in San Francisco Mission District in Support of Palestine

SAN FRANCISCO—Yesterday in San Francisco’s Mission District, thousands of demonstrators came out in support of occupied Palestinians. The demonstration came
FEMA confirms retroactive payments for Shelter-in-Place Hotel ProgramBay Area

FEMA confirms retroactive payments for Shelter-in-Place Hotel Program

Earlier this year, the White House confirmed that through the Federal Emergency Management Agency that local governments will be 100%
Community Leaders Held Town Hall in Support of the PRO ActBay Area

Community Leaders Held Town Hall in Support of the PRO Act

On April 27th, a diverse group of union leaders, political activists and organizations held a wide-ranged town hall to discuss
Workers Marched and Rallied to Demand Protections on May DayBay Area

Workers Marched and Rallied to Demand Protections on May Day

Last Saturday on May Day, workers around the US marched peacefully to have their voices heard while amplifying the broader
Meet James Coleman, South San Francisco District 4’s new Socialist City Council MemberBay Area

Meet James Coleman, South San Francisco District 4’s new Socialist City Council Member

SFIJ was excited to catch up with James Coleman, one of the recently elected members of South San Francisco’s city