Lead By Example: Women of Color led curbside community delays OPD eviction

A sign hangs above the registration table at Housing and Dignity Village. It reads: “Housing and Dignity Village Agreements: Respect this space and each other, respect the neighborhood, take care of each other, no violence, no stealing, no drugs or alcohol, no drama, leave your old ways at the gate, clean up after yourself.”
A tent in Housing and Dignity Village with the words “housing is a human right” painted on. To the left, of the tent, a volunteer carries plywood to the building area.
Benjamin Royer, a resident of a Berkeley encampment, who came to Housing and Dignity Village to support residents.
Aiyahnna Johnson features the sign she taped to her clothing in case she was arrested. It reads “I am protected by the 8th Amendment. I cannot be moved or cited.”

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Grover Wehman-Brown

Grover Wehman-Brown

Grover is a writer, comms professional for justice, parent, gardener, and generally earnest Butch living with MS. groverwehmanbrown.com