Today, POOR Magazine, a grassroots nonprofit, will host the “Anti-Gentrification Arts Market in the Gentrified Mission District of San Francisco.”
The Anti-Gentrification Art Market will feature an art exhibit by artists who have experienced the negative effects of gentrification, such as evictions and displacement, as well as include live performances and a prayer by Ohlone First Nations People of the Bay.
“There has been a war on poor black and brown folks, and for us to even be here as artists and as poor folk is an act of resistance in itself,” according to Lisa “Tiny” Gray-Garcia, of the PoorNews Network.
2940 16th Street in San Francisco
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.