Affordable Housing: A Right or a Privilege?

How does Mayor Breed's "Housing for All" initiative enable the building of 82,000 homes in the next eight years?

What is the "Housing Element"? Why is this important? How many homes have we built in the past eight years? What are the consequences of not meeting our housing production goals?

With its access to public transit and swaths of underutilized land, the eastern neighborhoods are primed to put housing development plans in motion.

Many housing advocates are pushing to expand development plans across the city. Some see this development as a path to more affordable housing, while others are pushing back, saying, "Not in my backyard!"

Where do you stand? Can you afford to live here?

Join the discussion about Mayor Breed’s “Housing for All” initiative and the different affordable housing ideas across the city!
Panelists include:

State Senator Scott Wiener

Lisa Gluckstein
Housing & Land Use Advisor, Office of Mayor London Breed

Corey Smith
Executive Director of Housing Action Coalition

Community activist
Uzuri Pease-Greene

This event is free to our members, students, and for special circumstances. We ask for a $10 donation from non-members
AND you get a year-long membership too!

Tickets for ENDC Members, Students, and Individuals with Special Circumstances

Non-Member Tickets - Includes 1-year membership

August 9th, 2023 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm (Doors open at 5:30pm)

Southeast Community Center
1550 Evans Ave
Corner of 3rd and Evans Ave. on the T-Line
San Francisco, CA 94124
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