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San Francisco, CA
Joined November 2017
We should be outraged at San Francisco's failed approach to the homelessness crisis. Decades of refusing to invest in affordable housing, forcing Black and Brown families out onto the streets, and now they want to scapegoat their residents for a crisis they started. Do better.
BREAKING: San Francisco criminalizes its unhoused residents when they have nowhere to go. They destroy unhoused people's property, including walkers & diabetes medication. This is a blatant violation of constitutional rights. So we're suing @LondonBreed, @SFPD & the City of SF
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Today, the judge ordered the City to share data on the City's response to homelessness not available to the public, despite the City's attempts stall the release. The City must disclose the records by Nov 17th if they intend to use them to fight our emergency motion. Stay tuned.
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Todd Bryant, 49, has lived in San Francisco most of his adult life. He is an unhoused declarant in our lawsuit against @sfgov. Read his story:
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Jesse's story is just one of many told in our lawsuit against the City of San Francisco.
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New study shows SF has ramped up enforcement of anti-homeless ordinances by 20% SF enforces more anti-homeless ordinances than any other city in CA-criminalizing instead of investing in affordable housing. We must stop SF from terrorizing the unhoused. This is why we sued SF!
How different is policing in San Francisco under D.A. Brooke Jenkins than it was under her predecessor? Some types of police activity increased immediately after Chesa Boudin was ousted in July. trib.al/wRcVUyD
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Accountability starts now. Do better, San Francisco. We will be watching.
UPDATE – A federal judge has ordered mandatory reporting from San Francisco so we can help protect unhoused residents from civil rights violations while our lawsuit is pending. 1/9
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Zal K. Shroff retweeted
Ahead of COP 27 next week, @Beth_Ferris and I write about 5 ways global stakeholders and donors can get serious about climate change-induced migration. Millions of people are already on the move, yet climate migration is not getting the attention it deserves.
"The wealthiest countries in the world have been the main drivers of climate change, yet developing countries and coastal and low-lying countries in particular bear the brunt of its effects." @Reva__D & @Beth_Ferris write for Planet Policy. brook.gs/3WntVU2
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This is critical information and a repeated failure of our government to meet our international obligations. Thanks for uplifting this, @Reva__D
On Monday, the US gov announced that it resettled only 25,465 refugees this year—80% lower than the cap of 125,000. In my first article for @BrookingsFP, I explain why resettlement is so important for US migration policy. brookings.edu/blog/order-fro…
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Keeping an eye out for the refugee private sponsorship program noted in this article. According to Pew, 72% of Americans think welcoming refugees is important, and building on this will could significantly bolster resettlement efforts.
EXCLUSIVE — The U.S. received 25,400 refugees in fiscal year 2022, using only 20% of 125,000 refugee spots allocated by the Biden administration, which continues to rebuild a system gutted by Trump-era limits and COVID-19, a top US official tells CBS News. cbsnews.com/news/refugee-adm…
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LCCRSF co-sponsored @PhilTing's jaywalking bill- now signed into law! "For too long, our jaywalking laws were used as a pretext to stop and harass people, especially low-income people and people of color. The reforms enacted in AB 2147 will put an end to that."- @ZalKShroff
Safe street crossings when the road is clear will soon be legal in CA. The Governor signed my jaywalking bill, which dictates that an officer can only issue a citation when the pedestrian causes a hazard. No more arbitrary enforcement. Read more: a19.asmdc.org/press-releases…
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“With the DPW you can’t claim someone else’s things no matter whether you’re watching it for them while they run an errand or what. They don’t allow you to do that. It breaks the community apart when one can’t take care of their friends’ or neighbor’s stuff,” Addie, unhoused
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"We see mass property destruction, where the city's coming in, taking people's survival belongings, their tents, their blankets....and then they're not being offered any services, they're just being ordered out of the area," said Zal Shroff, LCCRSF ktvu.com/news/san-francisco-…
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Breaking: The Coalition on Homelessness and seven homeless individuals sued San Francisco, alleging the city violates laws and civil rights through enforcement against homeless people without having enough shelter. sfchronicle.com/sf/article/S…
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"..this is involuntary street homelessness for people who are longtime San Francisco residents. The city has provided no resources for them, & then it’s vilifying them and blaming them for a crisis that the city helped to create with decades of housing failures.”- @ZalKShroff
Breaking: Coalition on Homelessness advocacy group + 7 unhoused individuals are suing Mayor London Breed, SFPD, HSOC director Sam Dodge and 4 other SF city agencies, alleging cruel treatment during street sweeps in violation of their constitutional rights sfgate.com/news/article/unho…
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What Jenny said.
Umm yeah, when folks have nowhere to go, it doesn't work. Tried and Failed. Again and Again. Folks want stability -- How about housing? SF’s Willow St. Encampment Returns, Signaling the Futility of Short-Term Fixes sfstandard.com/public-health… via @sfstandard
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Meanwhile, SF wants to brutalize unhoused people and steal their tents and blankets and pretend everything is fine. It's not fine. It's far from fine. And it's SF's fault. We need the public to lay the blame in the right place. Not vilify unhoused people, @LondonBreed
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Thousands of San Francisco residents are at risk of homelessness as they are being priced out of their neighborhoods. They are firefighters, veterans, art historians, authors, low-income youth, construction workers, teachers. They are all living one paycheck away.
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SF has brought its residents to the brink of financial ruin and has done nothing about it. We should understand that those choices hurt every one of us--wealthy or not. We are all paying the price. Meanwhile, the City's brutal criminalization is $$$ and makes homelessness worse.
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Grateful for the @TheCoalitionSF for leading this fight, and for all of our unhoused clients for elevating their stories. Read up about our case, know the facts, and demand better from our leaders. In the meantime, we will see SF in court. @ACLU_NorCal
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