Landlessness/Houselessness


Red Tagged: The Creation of Vehicularily Housed Bill of Rights

Vehicularily housed residents stage an art-action-rally to demand civil rights and establish a Bill of Rights

Driving While Poor

This is the second part in an ongoing series entitled DWP (Driving While POOR) from vehicularily housed staff writers at POOR Magazine

Our Human Right to Sleep

A legal challenge and mass demonstration by activists and homeless citizens against california's penal code 647(j) aka, The Lodging Laws

DWP(Driving While Poor)

Vehicularily housed Bay Area residents are constantly harassed by the police - but in most cases the police harassment stems from continuous "nimbyism" from both businesses and residents.

A Bad Landlord

Oakland Tenant Evicted for Speaking Truth to Power

A Chair is Not a Bed!

The people speak out against the City’s New Shelter Redesign Program- and in the process create art, performance and poetry on a beautiful day in April.

Arrested Artistry II: The Setup Continues

THIS IS PART II OF "ARRESTED ARTISTRY", IN WHICH STAFF WRITER KEN MOSHESH DOCUMENTS HIS EXPERIENCES WITH THE BERKELEY POLICE DEPARTMENTS' ENFORCEMENT OF LODGING LAWS AGAINST HOMELESS PEOPLE.

BAGELS BEHIND BARS

San Francisco Police continue arrests of Food Not Bombs food servers. Ammiano holds a hearing on the issue at the Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors.

Scant Belongings

Increasing numbers of citizens are living on the streets in Rio De Janeiro

A Homeless Coup

A Homeless Congress is Formed in San Francisco

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