Housing Now! Day of Action

July 27, 2017 @ 3:30 pm – 8:00 pm
235 Front St
San Francisco, CA 94111

 Thursday, July 27 Housing Now! Day of Action. Details here

Part 1 – 3:30-5:00pm

3:30pm – Meet at the McDonald’s at 235 Front St., San Francisco. Together we’ll go protest one of the largest Wall St. landlords who gobbled up single family homes after the foreclosure crisis and is now rent gouging and displacing tenants.

Part 2 – 5:30-8pm – Meet at 519 Ellis St. for Speculator Watch and

5:30-6pm We will train folks on introductory steps to organizing buildings against greedy landlords and speculators, how to door-knock and provide tenant rights info.

6-6:30: Folks will go in small teams to buildings of the biggest corporate landlord in SF who is harassing tenants across the city.
6:30-8:00: Knock on doors, drop off flyers, and talk with tenants! This is a big outreach effort to begin organizing tenants in a campaign against the largest corporate landlord in SF.

Join us for as long as you can!  Please RSVP to brad@hrcsf.org.  Hope to see some of you this Thursday.

Also, please mark your calendars for the following:

Wed. August 9, 4 PM. Wells Fargo Action. Stay Tuned for details.

Wed. Aug. 23rd, 4 PM. Tell Mayor Lee: Sanctuary Housing Fund NOW!

Please feel free to call me with any questions,



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One Response to Housing Now! Day of Action

  1. Thanks for the good work you’re doing. I’d like to suggest that at future events you speak out against SB 35, which is currently on track to be approved by the State Legislature. The authors say it will boost housing by allowing by-right approval for projects that include a certain number of affordable units. In reality, it’s a gift to developers, and will encourage gentrification and displacement. Here’s a link to an op-ed piece in the Daily News.


    This bill has been speeding through committees and could be voted on by the Legislature soon after they return from their recess later this month. If passed, it will take away our right to voice objections to projects that harm our communities.

    I’m also trying to alert renter/housing advocates here in LA about this bill. I’m afraid the only way to stop it is with a strong, statewide response.

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