National Allies

Join us Friday, July 21st – 4 pm San Francisco Civic Center

Defend Our Housing, Our Right to Exist in Our Communities & Oppose Trump’s Racist Wall Join us Friday, July 21st – 4 pm San Francisco Civic Center Homeless People’s Popular Assembly, Music by Brass Liberation Orchestra, Artwork by Poster Syndicate…

30 YEARS OF INJUSTICE

It was 1987 when Sacramento City Council decided it would address the growing homeless population with criminalization measures by enacting an anti-camping ordinance. That is when SHOC formed to work on overturning the anti-camping ordinance and anti-homeless sentiments. We were…

DHOL Weekly Updates and Main Meeting 1/4

Right to Rest Get Involved Kick Off This Saturday Saturday January 7th, 2017 1-3pm Denver Homeless Out Loud Office (Centro Humanitario) – 2260 California St Denver (Purple Building on California and Park Ave) Join us to learn about the 2017…

Right 2 Survive and Community Alliance Of Lane County ( CALC )

In a progressive church on Oak street, community and neighborhood association members sat with interest as Paul Boden, Executive Director of Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP), opened strong the night, with a speech as to why Oregon needs a Homeless…

DHOL Speaks at Art& event on Friday 16

Come join DHOL members at Art& on Friday at 4:55pm at the MCnichols Building (in Civic Center Park). There will be panel discussions between 1pm and 6pm on various art and social justice issues including drug policy, diversion programs, harm…

We had us a celebration!!

Hey everybody!! We said we were having a celebration of our communities strength and DAMN did we ever… Powerful murals, kick ass music and a whole bunch of social justice warriors from California, Colorado and Oregon….and of course the Tenderloin:),…

City Sweeps “Away” at least 80 People Sleeping by River

On July 13th 2016 throughout the night and early morning at least 80 people who are homeless were displaced from their resting place, treated as criminals, many ticketed for simply existing, some had property taken, and all moved along to…