Housing Affordability

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Ernesto explains how housing works
Riley & Curtis discover from Banker, Ernesto, why building more doesn't mean paying less. Coming Early 2019!
Rosa shows Riley & Curtis an apartment in the Mission
Curtis & Riley check out a place in the Mission, as a mural comes to life to tell the story of San Francisco. Coming Early 2019!
Curtis and Riley see protest at Civic Center
Curtis & Riley's world comes crashing down just as they meet with Carmen, a housing activist. Coming Early 2019!
Curtis, RIley & Carmen meet with Mayor Chen
Curtis & Riley, with Olive in tow, join Carmen in confronting the Mayor. Coming Early 2019!
Anti-eviction Rally Held in Landlord’s Office, Draws Police Intervention
A San Francisco woman who is facing eviction from her landlord, together with her supporters and housing rights activists entered her landlord’s business office in San Mateo for a rally, negotiating for her continuation of tenancy.

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Protest on removal of homeless people
Protesters descend on Super Bowl City in San Francisco objecting to removal of homeless people in the lead up to the game. #TackleHomelessness #SB50
Anti-eviction protest- File photo
Working class families, artists and longtime residents have declared that San Francisco is “losing its soul.” At the helm of this sinking luxury liner, overlooking the City’s planning and developments is the Director of the SF Planning Department, John Raiham, who has been in this role since January 2008. Raiham is now facing evaluation before the people at a public comment session on Thursday December 10 at the Planning Commission.
Oscar Grande and Mission activists in City Hall rotunda
Hundreds gather inside San Francisco City Hall to demand affordable housing and a stop on evictions and luxury housing in the Mission District.