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Causa Justa :: Just Cause State Wide Ballot Endorsements

    

Proposition 30. Temporary Taxes to Fund Education. Guaranteed Local Public Safety Funding. Initiative Constitutional Amendment. Position: YES Prop 30 is the result of a historic compromise between the Restore California Coalition...

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Not Another Son

    

Lorenzo Lamar Ward: March 7, 1983~September 1, 2012 Our hearts are heavy with the loss of Lorenzo. He was a lively spirit born to our beloved Princess Beverly. And he shouldn’t have...

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We Love And Miss You Ms. Betty

    

We remember and salute one of our long-standing members, Ms. Betty Woodridge. Since she joined Causa Justa :: Just Cause during our fight against Wal-Mart in 2004, Ms. Betty has been a powerful spirit in the world...

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Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

    

Interview with Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow  Juvenile Justice Information Exchange and Youth Today Washington, D.C. correspondent Kaukab Jhumra Smith covered a conference in July in Cincinnati sponsored...

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Tunisia: Home to the Social Movements of the World!

    

By Maria Poblet January 14, 2011, is a historic day in Tunisia: When the people ousted the 23-year dictatorship of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. That struggle united many parts of...

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Every 36 Hours

    

By Malcolm X Grassroots Movement In July, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement (MXGM) issued a study titled, “Every 36 Hours: Report on the Extrajudicial Killings of Black People by Police, Security...

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Community Demands Answers to Chevron Fire

    

By Communities for a Better Environment and Asian Pacific Environmental Network For the second time in five years, a fire at the Chevron refinery crude unit in Richmond has put workers...

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HEARTH Act to Improve housing conditions for American Indians

    

By Billy Trice Jr. President Obama recently signed H.R.205 known as the Helping Expedite and Advance Responsible Tribal Homeownership Act(HEARTH) which will improve housing conditions for American Indians as well as boosting their...

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“Dear Union Bank”

    

How a Tenant Stood Her Ground Against a Bank and Won By Maria Zamudio Maria M. and her family had been renting their San Francisco for more than three years when they...

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Hassle-Free Housing Ordinance

    

What is it? During the first dot com boom, harassment—as a mean of eviction—evolved into a business model. Large, corporate landlords began adding to their staffs “Relocation Specialists.” More accurately, these...

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Familia Perez: Freddie Mac and B of A, you won’t take our home away!

    

By Antonio Venegas The experience of the Perez family echoes with the stories of the over 40,000 foreclosures that have or are currently taking place in Oakland. The family suffered a...

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Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the “People’s Banks,” have been hijacked by Corporate America

    

Who are Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? They are taxpayer-owned government sponsored entities that originate loans and guarantee home loans that banks and mortgage companies sell to borrowers.  We should control...

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Slumlord Fined Record $800,000 For Deplorable Housing Conditions

    

By Lucia Kimble  Rat and cockroach infestations, lack of sanitation, bedbugs, leaks and mold - for many working- class tenants in San Francisco, these problems are daily occurrences that compromise their...

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Rise of Tenants Reporting Harassment

    

By Ted Gullicksen and Maria Zamudio Tenants living in some of San Francisco’s quickly disappearing sources for affordable housing – rent controlled units – face a particular situation when property owners...

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Our Work Continues With Resilience and Courage

    

By Cinthya Muñoz Immigrant Rights Organizer & Maria Poblet, Executive Director October 1 was a historic moment for all who were awaiting Governor Brown’s decision on the Trust Act. Historic in...

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