“Corporations aren’t interested in the messy ebb and flow of humanity. They want stability and predictable rates of return. And although racial discrimination is no longer a stated policy for real estate brokers and developers, racial and social homogeneity are still firmly embedded in America’s collective idea of stability; that’s what our new landlords are thinking even if they are not saying it.” Continue reading “Money From Trees Don’t Fall: Zoning, Race, Class, and Community Self-Determination”
A battle over inclusionary housing is underway at City Hall, as the outmigration of low- and middle-income San Franciscans rises along with the urgency for solutions that will help people immediately in danger of displacement. The amount of subsidized low-income housing being produced in the current market is simply Continue reading “Let’s Get Inclusionary: BMR Housing at City Hall”
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A bunch of kids from the Bay Area, inland California, and beyond with a blog and a dream. We’re a quorum of different income levels, races, genders, sexualities, political affiliations and liquor preferences. Continue reading “Not Another SF Housing Blog, God Why”