How Many More?

Camilo Sol Zamora, Causa Justa Co-Director of Community, Land & Development Our hearts are heavy and they go out to the loved ones of the three tenants who lost their lives as a result of yesterday’s San Pablo Ave apartment
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Tenant Organizing from the Ground Up

California is home to over 16 million renters, 45% of the population, and the majority of us are low-income people of color. A disproportionate number of women with children and people of color are targeted for eviction and displacement every
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Key Hearing on Calle 24 Latino Cultural District

Calle 24 will present its special use district legislation for commercial regulations in the Latino Cultural District to the SF Planning Commission on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017 These regulations have been in the works for nearly two years and will
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Usted Tiene Derechos | You Have Rights

Lista de contenido // List of contents Tiene el derecho de permanecer en silencio // You have the right to remain silent ICE viene a su hogar // ICE comes to your home Hay una redada // There is a
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Where to Get Tenant Services Over the Holidays

LEGAL SERVICES FOR SAN FRANCISCO TENANTS (Español sigue) OAKLAND SERVICES FOLLOW THIS LISTING. Servicios para Oakland sigue. Agencies marked with * accept walk ins and do not require an appointment HELPFUL REMINDERS 1. A verbal eviction is never valid. A
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Stop Eviction of These 2 Mission District Families

  Today, September 28, seven tenants which include their four children, two of whom attend Cesar Chavez elementary, and another who attends Lincoln High school, are facing eviction from their Mission district home and we’re asking you, dear supporters, to call

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Victory for the Alvarez Family

We are always excited to share our tenant victories with you. Margarita Alvarez came into our offices the week of August 15 to let us know she won her housing case! Here’s the backstory: Margarita came to our offices in
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Hundreds March on DNC With Daughter of Berta Cáceres

Berta didn’t die—she multiplied     PHILADELPHIA–Several hundred grassroots organizers from across the country marched on the Democratic National Convention bearing a masks and a giant puppet of the Honduran Indigenous activist Berta Cáceres. They were joined by Berta’s daughter, Laura
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Baton Rouge, Falcon Heights, Dallas

A thick strand in the history of U.S. policing is rooted back in the slave patrols of the 19th century. Patty rollers were authorized to stop, question, search, harass and summarily punish any Black person they encountered.

Ana Segovia

I came to Causa Justa because I was having problems with the manager of the apartment where I lived going on 23 years. I moved there in 1993 and the owner wanted to make new rules.

Lynne Parker

When this housing change came the game changed and the whole neighborhood changed.

Breaking the Silence Town Hall

Oakland’s Women of Color Speak Truth to Power By Saryta Rodriguez     On Saturday, Feb. 27th, 2016, I attended the Breaking the Silence Town Hall at Impact Hub here in Oakland. The town hall was one of the most
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Call the Board of Supervisors

TODAY Before 12noon: Call and Email Supervisors URGING THEM to SUPPORT the FULL version of the Tenant Protection 2.0 with the right to have roommates! Today, after many mobilizations, rallies, press events, and discussions, Eviction Protections 2.0 will go to
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