gentrification

There goes our neighborhood: longtime Mission residents face displacement

In all directions, from the corner where I live in the Mission, there are signs.…

Mission kid nearly misses full ride to Princeton because gentrification

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Homeless students face real often overlooked hardship

Student homelessness isn’t always plainly visible, yet it is more widespread than one might think.…

Gentrification is an environmental health problem

Walking through the streets of the Mission District 20 years ago felt like a piece…

Mission residents divided over new homeless navigation center

An April 24 town hall meeting left the Mission community flustered and divided over the…

She just wanted to go home: Elderly woman dies after being evicted

  Iris Canada, the 100-year-old woman who died within weeks of being evicted, had only…

Mission Accomplished: Mission High first SF public school to win state championship

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Housing activists seek to stall latest luxury development in the Mission

A small group of residents and community organizers protested the Lennar project at 1515 South…

Construction begins on community park at 17th and Folsom

[su_heading size=”24″ align=”left”]Breaking new ground in the Mission [/su_heading] In what is being viewed as…

Developers rev up the lie machine to defeat Prop I

During election time we know that moneyed interests will bombard us with spin and half-truths, but this year the “No on I” forces have really outdone themselves.