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San Francisco Chronicle about the Bay Area losing its BIPOC and low-income residents.

The Bay Area is losing its BIPOC and low-income residents. We can stop that

By Saki BaileyJan 22, 2024

Kapuso at the Upper Yard is an affordable housing project in San Francisco. Building affordable housing takes time and ever-increasing amounts of money. Community land trusts offer a quicker alternative.

Scott Strazzante/The Chronicle 2023

The Bay Area is facing a real estate apocalypse.

Of course, housing prices in the region have been and continue to be unaffordable for so many. Sky-high rents are leading to widespread displacement, particularly of communities of color and working-class people. While large-scale affordable housing developments are the primary focus of most housing advocates, we need to think creatively about what additional solutions there might be to keep residents housed.

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San Francisco Chronicle about the Bay Area losing its BIPOC and low-income residents.

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