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09.01.15

WRAP 10-year Anniversary Concert, featuring Mic Crenshaw

Hey everybody !! Check out what Mic Crenshaw and KBOO Community Radio are doing for WRAP and the Oregon Right To Rest Campaign!!! Join local WRAP members Right 2 Survive, Street Roots and Sisters Of The Road for an evening[…]
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08.13.15

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DOJ Determines Criminalization of Homelessness As Cruel And Unusual Punishment

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 12, 2015 CONTACT: Paul Boden, Western Regional Advocacy Project Office: (415) 621-2533 DOJ Determines Criminalization of Homelessness As Cruel And Unusual Punishment Homeless Community and Advocates Applaud Department of Justice Briefing Acknowledging This On-Going[…]
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08.13.15

Hey BID’s – WRAP members coming to y’all.. WOO!!

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08.13.15

Business Improvement Districts and ‘Broken Windows’ Laws

The broken windows theory of policing conceptualizes poor people as things to be removed and not people who are struggling to survive. On July 31, members of the Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP) organized a march to the Union Square[…]
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07.17.15

Join us for a march on the Union Square Business Improvement District office on July 31st @ 3 PM and be a part of building our movement towards the elimination of poverty and homelessness and the fight for our #Right2Rest.

  The United States has a long history of using discriminatory and violent laws to keep “certain” people out of public spaces and out of public consciousness. Jim Crow laws segregated the South after the Civil War and Sundown Towns[…]
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07.13.15

Book Review House Keys, Not Handcuffs by Paul Von Blum

“House Keys Not Handcuffs” A book by Paul Boden, Art Hazelwood and Bob Prentice “House Keys Not Handcuffs,” by Paul Boden, a dramatic and disconcerting book on homeless organizing, art and policy in San Francisco and elsewhere, begins with this[…]
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06.17.15

Newsletter is out! WRAP Member Events and 10-Year Video inside!

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06.16.15

GMOA to show political prints

The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia presents the exhibition  “Art Hazelwood and Ronnie Goodman: Speaking to the Issues” starting Saturday and running through Sept. 13. Organized by GMOA director William U. Eiland, the exhibit focuses on issues[…]
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06.16.15

Punishing the Poorest: How SF’s criminalization of homelessness perpetuates poverty

Join us Thursday 6/18 from 11am-1pm for the report release and documentary premiere of our report;  Punishing the Poorest: How SF’s criminalization of homelessness perpetuates poverty
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06.12.15

10-years of kicking ass and having a blast!

In 2005, West Coast homeless organizing groups came together in Berkeley, California with the goal of creating an organization that would allow us to join together and speak with one voice on the race and class issues that are impacting[…]
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newfrontpajeimaje Hobos to Street People
Artists' Responses to Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present



Hobos to Street People Book