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Tag: San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA)
Humanity does not reside in gentrification, privatization, displacement, discrimination, harassment, neglect or disrespect, and public housing residents protest this inhumanity by San Francisco and Oakland Housing Authorities.
Here is capitalism in one of its ugliest forms by way of housing privatization, eliminating the people’s sovereignty over their own lives in the true name of profits over people. Sunnydale residents are having none of it and are fighting courageously by relentlessly and loudly demanding their rights.
Support the blockade Wednesday, Feb. 20, 9:30-11:45 a.m., at 61 Santos St., San Francisco (Sunnydale public housing) by Sulaiman Hyatt and Maria Zamudio San...
In San Francisco, whose Black population has dropped from a high of over 12 percent to under 5 percent in three decades, the population in its 3,300 public housing units being transferred to private control is nearly 80 percent Black. But major developers had already made decisions, and the two predominately Black teams were denied any future consideration. “No mo’ Fillmo” and “We are sick and tired of being locked out!” were the protest cries in subsequent SFHA board meetings. This re-envisioning of public housing is the latest strategy to advance the out-migration of Black people in particular and the poor in general from the city by the Bay.
The African American community in San Francisco is angry and upset at the Mayor’s Office of Housing (MOH) for its blatantly exclusionary, poorly written and narrowly focused Request for Qualifications (RFQ) document. San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA) disqualified without explanation Wings of Eagle. Pack the SF Housing Authority Commission hearing Wednesday, March 13, 4 p.m., City Hall Room 408. Residents from Bayview Hunters Point and the Western Addition will come together to oppose set ownerships by any means necessary.
“We don’t work with Indians,” SFHA had told Myron. He began his story with this, the first in a series of discriminatory statements made to him by SFHA. The injustice began in August of 2009, when the family was informed of that their Section 8 voucher had been approved; they’d been on the list for 11 years.