Stories about Anti-Eviction Mapping Project

48 Hills: Drawing the Crisi

Drawing the Crisis: Comics artist Autumn Austin on the eviction epidemic

CCA Comics students draw stories from the eviction epidemic. A 48 Hills exclusive series. ART LOOKS The Engage: Comics class at the California College of...

Duboce Triangle evictor responds to our story

Of human rights, fair play, and housing The man who is in charge of evicting a long-term tenant in Duboce Triangle got back to me...

Why the Chron is SO wrong about an eviction

Duboce Triangle artist isn't at fault here, no matter what C.W. Nevus says -- and tenants actually have a right to stay in their...

Julie Christensen’s favorite (Ellis Act) house?

Windows where rent-controlled tenants once lived are now full of Christensen signs By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 20, 2015 -- I can count at least ten Julie...
48 Hills Streetopia

Dreaming of a new Streetopia

Groundbreaking 2012 arts festival -- which fought Lee's "art washed" gentrification plan -- is revisited with new book and two events, Thu/15 and Fri/16.  By...

Who pays for the damage the tech boom has done to SF?

We are allowing the industries that make great wealth to avoid paying for the human costs of their actions. That didn't work the last...

A map of our vanishing public space

Anti-Eviction Mapping Project's latest interactive visualization details the attack on SF's fragile commons.  By Marke B.  JULY 10, 2015 -- "We knew from Google Bus protest...

Up against a serial evictor

Fergus O'Sullivan keeps throwing tenants out of their homes. Now some of them are fighting back By Erin McElroy JUNE 30, 2015 -- On Sunday June...

The Agenda, June 8-14, 2015: A big week for housing

Will the supes fix the Airbnb law -- and will a Google lawyer throw a disabled tenant out of her home? By Tim Redmond JUNE 8,...

Stories of displacement — and resistance

National video project uses San Francisco as a case study in how to fight back against eviction   MAY 7, 2015 -- The eviction crisis in...