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Posts Tagged with "Leo Stegman"

Sabrina Carter's plywood-covered door nailed shut on eviction day 040814 by PNN

A family destroyed by eviction

April 16, 2014

On Wednesday, April 8, at 9 a.m., after weeks of last minute legal maneuvers, unanswered calls to the mayor and multiple pleas for a pro bono lawyer to save the single mama Sabrina Carter and her three sons from one of the most unjust evictions I have ever witnessed, we were exhausted. The San Francisco sheriffs were outside her door in the Plaza East apartments to change the locks and throw her and her sons into the street.

Proposition 36 on the Three Strikes Law: a poverty skolar’s report

November 5, 2012

The reform of the Three Strikes Law with Proposition 36 will take a tool away from the police and DAs that has been used to oppress low-income and people of color communities. Any respite from the oppression of racism and capitalism on poor folks is worth voting for. So I say yes on Proposition 36.

Racism and classism in Berkeley streets and schools

October 20, 2012

I don’t think the staff at Berkeley High School has an understanding of what poor students go through, and I believe many of them don’t care. BUSD is slashing funds to implement programs that assist its homeless families. Support Berkeley’s poor kids at the School Board meeting Wednesday, Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m.

The non-profit industrial complex on trial: One man challenges the myth of ‘supportive’ housing

June 7, 2010

The mainstream media and the educational system indoctrinate us with the propaganda that this society is based on equality and the rule of law. Yet we pay the most and get the least, and trying to exercise our so-called rights becomes a monumental task. We need real housing, not overpriced rented bunk beds and lockers in a crowded facility.

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