On February 20th, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), the Bay Area's regional authority in charge of billions of dollars to fund land use and transit projects, is hosting a forum to discuss displacement. Tell powerful San Francisco decision-makers that your community needs action!
Urban Habitat is looking for Bay Area-based individuals with demonstrated commitment to racial, economic, and social justice. People who are interested in, and understand how housing, land use, and transportation policies that lack a racial analysis keep low-income communities and communities of color from full access to jobs, health care, and education. People interested in stopping the displacement and gentrification of our communities. If this sounds like you, consider applying for a Fellowship at the BCLI.
Committed to advancing an equity agenda in the Bay Area, Urban Habitat trains people of color and low-income people to become advocate commissioners. Deadline to apply is October 18th.