Category Archives: housing

Concord Prayer Vigil and Community Speakout to Prevent Homelessness

Concord Prayer Vigil and Community Speakout to Prevent Homelessness Start: Thursday, June 09, 2022• 5:00 PM End: Thursday, June 09, 2022• 6:00 PM Location:Todos Santos Plaza•2175 Willow Pass Rd, Concord, CA 94520 US Host Contact Info: or 415-272-4152 The Faith Alliance for a Moral … Continue reading

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Housing (Articles, Videos, Programs)

Articles . Videos . Programs 2021-10-23 OREB Housing Justice Townhall w/ Dr. Stephen Barton, Alfred Twu, Jake Varghese & Gayle McLaughlin 2021-10-23 OREB Housing Justice Townhall w/ Jake Varghese 54:45 to 1:30:00 Tax solution to housing crisis . Housing . … Continue reading

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Coffee on the Corner of 71

Originally posted on sunflowerchicblog:
I think we forget that nearly all Americans would be happier with money than nearly anything else. When asked what the average American wants for his/her/their birthday, they will likely say money. Some people ask for…

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Eight men own the same wealth as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of humanity, according to a new report published by Oxfam today to mark the annual meeting of political and business leaders in Davos. … Continue reading

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Sources & Organizations Alameda Justice Alliance Concord Communities Alliance Economic Policy Institute (EPI) Oakland Green Party SF Community Housing Act Specific Information Housing – EPI Housing – OGP Housing (Articles, Videos, Programs) How Foreign Companies Are Raising Housing Prices Shelter – … Continue reading

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End Policing of Minor “Broken Windows” Offenses

The following activities do not threaten public safety and are often used to police black bodies. Decriminalize these activities or de-prioritize their enforcement: Consumption of Alcohol on Streets Marijuana Possession Disorderly Conduct Trespassing Loitering Disturbing the Peace (including Loud Music) … Continue reading

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Green Investment in Resilience and Justice – BS

The Green New Deal is going to keep carbon pollution emissions low enough to stave off the worst impacts of climate change that we know are coming. However, scientists tell us that it is already too late to prevent all … Continue reading

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Social Justice

Historically, America led the world in establishing a society with democratic values such as equal opportunity and protection from discrimination. Today, however, our country is among the most extreme examples of industrialized nations that have a widening gap between the … Continue reading

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