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Curtis and Riley in their apartment. There is a rent increase notice on the door and Curtis is operating a Murphy bed.
Meet Curtis, a High School teacher, and Riley, a tech gig worker, in their micro-unit in San Francisco. They've just received a rent increase and need to figure out how to keep their growing family in the City. CLICK ON THE TITLE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE!
Sonja Trauss (center) at SB827 rally outside SF City Hall
If there was real rent control, the discussion between housing factions could have a chance to completely change.
SRO Leader Kristy speaks with a resident in SoMa
SRO buildings are being targeted for conversion from low-income housing to luxury dorms. SRO Resident Leaders and Senior & Disability Action are organizing residents to identify when these illegal conversions are happening in their buildings.
Tenant Cindy Salazar speaks at Press Conference on Costa-Hawkins Report
Tenant advocates publish report on impacts of state law limiting rent control throughout California
Our City Our Homes Press Conference, San Francisco City Hall
Local initiative aiming to end homelessness in San Francisco submits triple the needed signatures to qualify for November election.

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Filipino Grandmothers (Lolas) are facing eviction
Four Filipino-American families, including a 4-year-old girl and a 92-year-old grandmother, are being evicted from their homes in the South of Market neighborhood in San Francisco.
Joy Lee giving a volunteer information on Prop F.
Proposition F, a measure on the June 5 ballot, would provide free legal representation to San Francisco tenants. Prop F is supported by grassroots mobilizations throughout the City.
Protesters holding signs that say "Rent Control for All"
Activists turn in signatures to qualify for a November ballot measure that would repeal the Costa Hawkins Rental Housing Act, a state law that limits on rent control in California.