Tag Archives: homelessness

Olga Sanchez shares a single room with her husband and three children. "I have a 14-year-old son, and it is frustrating when he asks me for his own room. I know that he needs his own space. He sometimes tells me, 'I will never let my family live in these kinds of conditions.'"

Latina Mothers Turn Lens on Housing Conditions in the Mission

Through photographs and personal narratives, eight low-income, Latina mothers in the Mission showcased their living conditions, displacement, and housing insecurity for the photo voice exhibit, “An American Dream?” on July 13 at the Mission Neighborhood Centers...
The Department of Public Works storage facility is located at 2323 Cesar Chavez St.  Photo by Lola M. Chavez

Property of San Francisco Homeless Routinely Disappeared by City

Despite a large number of well-publicized sweeps and routine cleanups of homeless encampments throughout the city, records on file with the Department of Public Works show that city cleaning crews only picked up and preserved...
Photo Lola M. Chavez

Supervisors Approve Teacher Protections, All-Gender Restrooms, Homelessness Crisis Declaration

The Board of Supervisors passed three pieces of legislation — two of them unanimously — on Tuesday, all three of which were introduced by Supervisor David Campos. Supervisors restricted no-fault evictions of teachers and students...