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Black Votes Matter!

By: Nube Brown and Malik Washington, Bay View Excerpt: Right now, as this article is going to print, the Bay View is in the process of transitioning from a corporate model to a co-op model. That’s right! The Bay View is working with some wonderful attorneys from the Sustainable Economies... Continue Reading

The Forbidden Eroticism of Real Estate

The Forbidden Eroticism of Real Estate

In the final waking hour of her life, my mom lay in a hospital bed drifting in and out of consciousness. Not long before she closed her eyes for the last time, she looked up, smiled, and said “I just traveled through every room of every home I ever lived... Continue Reading

A Life (un)Determined by Borders: Healing with the Land and with Each Other

A Life (un)Determined by Borders: Healing with the Land and with Each Other

Growing up on the US-Mexico border, I’ve spent most of my life toggling between two cities in two different countries. I exist in the adjacency of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua and El Paso, Texas. My ancestors - as far back as colonialism allows us to remember - were farmers and ranchers... Continue Reading

Organize, Reach Out, Assemble, GROW!

Organize, Reach Out, Assemble, GROW!

My name is Hope Williams and I am a legal apprentice at the Law Center's Radical Real Estate Law School. I’ve been an organizer and renter in San Francisco for over three years and have played a role in the newest wave of a tenant uprising. According to a San... Continue Reading

How to set up a mutual aid fund

By: Julia Ho, Shareable Excerpt:"The Sustainable Economies Law Center also just released this mutual aid legal guide and is an immensely helpful resource for mutual aid and other grassroots groups working through legal questions and compliance issues." Read full article here. (Originally published September 24, 2020.) Continue Reading

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