Stories about Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

Arts Forecast: The week’s best moments to honor Momma

Plus: The 48th annual Stanford Powwow, a musical benefit for immigration advocates RAICES, Diana Gameros, and the Walking Distance Dance Festival.

6,000 more office workers with no housing, the failure of planning in the Eastern Neighborhoods …

... and the Monster in the Mission is back. That's The Agenda for Oct. 29- Nov. 4

Planning Commission rejects condo application after 100-year-old was evicted

In a stunning, unanimous decision, planners say you can't evict a centenarian, lie about it on your condo application, and get a lucrative permit

Ed Lee’s development legacy and the end of ‘balanced growth’

A serious reflection on how the mayor presided over evictions, displacement, and the greatest economic inequality in modern history

Low-income housing units lost in Oakland, study shows

Anti-eviction Mapping Project shows how housing for poor people is being replaced with housing for tech workers

Performer pulls video promoting building cleared by eviction

Drag queen Carnie Asada rejects the role of promoting a building where the landlord tried to evict an 89-year-old

Video seeks to sell ‘fabulous’ units cleared by eviction

Building where 98-year-old faced Ellis Act eviction is now on the market -- as "fabulous" fully renovated condos -- in a video that shows the importance of checking the history of any property you buy, rent, or promote

Almost half of OMI evictors failed to follow city rules

Tenants Union survey shows widespread disregard for existing law as supes prepare to vote on changes

Tenants protest Farrell’s move to block effective anti-eviction bill

Only one of two competing bills on owner move-in evictions gets a hearing. It's by far the less effective one

Most SF residents who get evicted earn less than $50K a year

Data presented to supes shows that people who lose their homes through no fault of their own won't qualify for "middle-class" affordable housing