Real-estate speculators are evicting longtime city residents. Many of the affected are elderly, disabled and low-income with no affordable housing options. You can help. Don't rent or buy property available because of a no-fault eviction.
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The Anti-Eviction Mapping Project makes visible the ways in which evictions and gentrification target Bay Area communities. It seeks to de-isolate those displaced and act as a tool for collective resistance.
We use maps and digital storytelling to make the often invisible processes of eviction, displacement and gentrification clearly seen. We have recently released time-lapse maps of Ellis Act Evictions and all No-Fault Evictions that have taken place since 1997. We have also mapped evictions of seniors and people with disabilities over the last three years, with information about the landlords and speculators who have displaced them.