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Direct Action to Protest the Most Recent Attack on SF Homeless People

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We’ve covered how screwed up Prop Q is before and how it only exacerbates the homelessness epidemic. And we also covered it in our 2016 voter guide. If you’re as outraged by the both Props Q & R there’s an action going down on Thursday at Harvey Milk Plaza from 5:30-7pm. Here’s a little run down from the FB invite:

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We know Props Q&R are built on lies, fear-mongering, and scapegoating against homeless San Franciscans. We will expose all the misinformation supporting the foundation of the “housing, not tents” campaign. We will come to protest this flimsy House of Cards they have built and build community resistance to Props Q&R

On October 13th, we will gather in the Castro to protect the human rights of San Franciscans without housing. We hope you can join us.

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