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Press Conference Media | Bay Area Curbside Communities Respond To UN Special Report On Homelessness Naming Oakland, San Francisco As Human Rights Violators

Posted on October 25, 2018 by Jonathan

Bay Area Curbside Communities Respond To UN Special Report On Homelessness Naming Oakland, San Francisco As Human Rights Violators

The Village in Oakland #feedthepeople

Candice Elder with The East Oakland Collective speaking at the oct 23 press conference on the UN Report on Homelessness

Maowunyo de Asisnand Tracylee Edmond from The Village in Oakland #feedthepeople and @casey Commings a lake merit encampment resident who’ll be evicted by the city tomorrow with no where to go speak truth to power at the oct23rd press conference on the UN report on homelessness

Kaleeo Acatar with The Village in Oakland #feedthepeople and Feed The People – Oakland talks about the new face of homelessness at the oct 23rd press conference on the UN report on homelessness

@mike Zint with First they came for the homeless in Berkeley speaks at the oct 23 press conference on the UN Report on Homelessness

skin with alameda county’s health care for the homeless presented their progam’s letter to the county board of super. healthcare for the homeless provided health services Alameda county’s unheltered residents. according to a report they released in 2015 based on their annual intake, there were 9,000 homeless folks that time in Oakland. libby says there’s only 1,7000. the county count in point says there is 2,700. based on un being in the streets we think health care for the homeless is closer to the corrupt numbers, and given that we know that the curbside popuaion has increased since 2015 we think its safe to estimate we really talking about 15,000 unsheltered in Oakland.

John from HAWG Homeless Advocacy Working Group read the working group’s resolution at the oct 23rd press conference on the UN Report on Homelessness

Maowunyo de Asis aka needa bee with The Village in Oakland #feedthepeople and Feed The People – Oakland cloing out the oct 23rd press conference on the UN report on homelessness

News Articles

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‘A regional problem’: UN report says Oakland, San Francisco violate homeless population’s human rights 

UN report: San Francisco’s ‘cruel and inhuman’ homelessness crisis is a human rights violation

United Nation report: SF homeless problem is ‘violation of human rights’

 

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