Some 200 teachers and tenant advocates marched Friday afternoon from Dolores Park to return to the house of Google lawyer Jack Halprin to ask his employer why a lawyer that works for them is displacing tenants.
From there the demonstrators headed to Mission High School and will end the March at 131 Duboce Street where Benito Santiago, a SF Paraprofessional to special education students is fighting an Ellis Act eviction.
We are updating this story as it happens. It was the second time today that protesters have gathered outside of Halprin’s home at 812 Guerrero St. Here’s our coverage of the protest earlier today.
The march to demand an end to evictions is sponsored by Eviction Free SF, Chinese Progressive Association, Chinatown SRO Collaborative, Central City SRO Collaborative, North Beach Tenants Committee, BiSHoP (Bill Sorro Housing Program), Our Mission No Eviction, Senior Disability Action Network, and Causa Justa/Just Cause.
Protesters arrive at Mission High School:
— Cindy Milstein (@CindyMilstein) April 12, 2014