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You Can Help End Unfair Evictions in San Francisco

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This Saturday at 11am is the kickoff party for Yes on F, the proposition that will make give every San Francisco facing eviction access to an attorney. It’s a pretty groundbreaking measure and could keep tens of thousands of folks in their homes. You can learn more about Prop F right here.

Prop F won’t pass without your help though so this is your chance to get involved. Here’s the info from the FB event:

Alright folks! It’s time to make anti-eviction history by making unfair evictions history!

We’ll be celebrating the beginning of our field program where we’ll kickoff talking to every renter we can to tell them about our plan to make San Francisco the first city in California to offer a right to counsel for tenants facing eviction!

We’ll be having speeches, snacks and refreshments and then dropping our lit at doors around the neighborhood.

We’ll be at Alamo Square off Hayes between Scott and Pierce!
Don’t miss it!

So get out there and help save our city!

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