Addressing Racism & Homelessness in San Francisco

Addressing Racism & Homelessness in San Francisco

Addressing Racism & Homelessness in San Francisco
On Monday, October 17th, HandUp, Hamilton Families, Project Homeless Connect, and the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing hosted a Town Hall at Herbst Theatre to address racism and homelessness in San Francisco. We took a deeper look at questions including:

- What is the connection between racism and economic inequality?

- Why are African Americans disproportionately represented among people experiencing homelessness in SF?

- What can we do to imagine a more equitable future?

We collected all of the responses that residents submitted and have uploaded them here on Neighborland to further this discussion.

Feeling generous? We also welcome donations of any size from community members who want to help us further this important work. Please visit our HandUp page where all donations will be matched thanks to our partnership with Google.org!
 

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