Category Archive: EFSF Event

May 19

Come Help Us Fight Evictions!

  Eviction Free San Francisco regular meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 6 PM Redstone Building 2940 16th St (at Capp St) 3rd floor.   Please come at 5:30 if you have a eviction you would like us to help you fight or if it is your 1st meeting.

Nov 12

Mary Phillips Gets To Stay!

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Today, we found out that Mary Phillips won the right to stay and can continue living there under control for the rest of her life. Mary Elizabeth Phillips Public Statement “Mary Elizabeth Phillips has reached an agreement with Urban Green Investments that will allow her to live in her apartment for as long as she …

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Aug 22

Mission Tenants Demand their Stolen Money Back and their Right to Remain in their Homes

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On Wednesday, August 20th, at 12 pm, tenants currently being evicted from four units at 3150-3154 26th Street gathered outside of their apartment building, demanding that their eviction be rescinded immediately. Tenants, community organizers, and elected officials spoke, and then marched around the block before returning to 26th and Lucky to hand their demand letter …

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Vanguard Properties Employees Assault Photographers & Activists 12 Aug 2014

Aug 12

Eviction Free SF Protests Michael Harrison of Vanguard Properties

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At 11am on Tuesday August 12th, Benito Santiago and other members of Eviction Free San Francisco paid a visit to Vanguard Properties, the largest real estate company in the Mission. Vanguard co-founder Michael Harrison is Ellis-Act evicting four units at 151 Duboce, home of Benito Santiago and others. Members of Eviction Free SF entered Vanguard …

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Jul 11

Activists Protest Urban Green Serial Evictor CEO David McCloskey

Originally Published on BeyondChron.org July 10, 2014 (Link) Written By: Andrew Szeto Yesterday, July 9, over 40 people came out for an action targeting the Marina offices of real estate speculators Urban Green to protest the Ellis Act evictions of 98-year-old Mary Elizabeth Phillips and teacher, and Phillips’s primary caretaker, Sarah Brandt. Urban Green Investments …

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Jun 09

Eviction Free San Francisco Protests at the Home & Office of David McCloskey / Urban Green by Eviction Free SF

On June 7th, at 1pm, activists from Eviction Free San Francisco arrived at the home of David McCloskey, CEO of Urban Green Investments. They then proceeded to his office in the Marina, and continued the protest there in the midst of the Union Street Festival. They left a sign on his door: “Would you evict …

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Apr 30

Eviction Free San Francisco Joins Tenderloin Tenants in an Emergency Home Defense Rally

On the afternoon of April 30, 2014, Eviction Free San Francisco joined the tenants from 741 Ellis Street in the Tenderloin district in an emergency rally in the courtyard of their apartment building. With the help of the Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco, the tenants called this action to demand that their new landlord, …

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Apr 17

Patricia Kerman and Tom Rapp Continue Campaign to Save Their Home

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On the evening of April 15, 2014, Patricia Kerman and Tom Rapp led a group picket of about 40 people including members of Eviction Free San Francisco outside the office of their landlord Kaushik Dattani at 3232 22nd Street. This picket culminated Patricia’s and Tom’s “Tax Day of Action,” the latest step in their campaign …

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Apr 12

Hundreds March to End the Displacement of San Francisco’s Educators

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On the evening of April 11, 2014, several hundred tenants and community supporters, including many children, gathered in Dolores Park and marched to six locations as part of the ongoing campaign to stop the evictions of San Francisco residents during this current speculator-fueled real estate boom. Eviction Free San Francisco organized this event to highlight …

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