The following was our policy statement. Since we won full funding in this year’s budget, the campaign is over, pending implementation.
We are living in a devastating time with COVID-19 and reckoning with institutional racism and white supremacist violence. However, we must not lose sight of the housing equity issues that plague the city. One specific example is the massive rent burdens imposed — not by private landlords — but the City and County of San Francisco on its most vulnerable tenants.
Last year, the Board of Supervisors allocated $1 million in the budget to help bring the rents of…
The #30RightNow Coalition seeks to have 30% rents across the board in city funded housing for the formerly homeless in San Francisco