In the Time of Trump: Housing, Whiteness, and Abolition by Manissa Maharawal and Erin McElroy
Interactive timeline displaying some history of displacement, forces of gentrification, incidents and policies that have led to the current crisis in San Francisco. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Community Power Storymaps made in collaboration with students at UC Berkeley
Community in the Struggle Against Real Estate Speculation, a Timeline.
Alameda County Foreclosures visualized and analyzed in relation to 1939 redlining maps and the Black population.
The homeless population of San Francisco is about 6,686. Government policies and changes to affordable housing that contribute towards gentrification have ended up worsening the situation for the homeless and increased the homeless population over the past decades, and the same core problems persist today.
As the Bay Area population continues to grow and gentrify, the African American population continues to be pushed out. Click to view interactive map detailing demographic change from 1970 to the present. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project.
Interactive timeline displaying the history of displacement and development on Yerba Buena Island in San Francisco, from colonization onwards. By the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project