Architecture for Humanity - SF
Wednesday, January 28, 2004
The NAEH (National Alliance to End Homelessness) has a great page dedicated to: Best Practices & Profiles, which highlights program models, state and local policies, and advocacy efforts that are taking positive steps toward ending homelessness.
Santa Cruz eyes homeless collaborative as officials are looking to participate in a regional effort that directs cities to help neighboring cities get a handle on the burgeoning number of homeless people.
Local activist Marc Solomon has written a short informative article on not only why to oppose Prop J, but what he sees as the Achilles Heel of the progressive movement right now.
Imagine ! ! -- A North Beach and Telegraph Hill dotted with high-rises, surrounded by a freeway, hardly green at all, its historic dwellings gone or diminished, and North Beach an extension of downtown. Efforts to avoid these consequences have been worthwhile and even essential. Telegraph Hill Dwellers was formed in 1954 and now has more than 850 members. During its 5 decades, it has led or participated in many efforts without which Telegraph Hill and North Beach would be greatly different from what they are today.