Black Disabled Families in Amerikkka-The Crisis of Bessie and Devonte Taylor--Settler Colonial Lies from Salinas to San Francisco
“The families homelessness has nothing to do with the Housing Authority, we couldn’t help what the landlord did.” I listened as the Housing Authority of Monterey County supervisor rattled off a long list of reasons that they thought released their agency from any responsibility for the crisis of Bessie Taylor and her disabled sun Devonte who are now living houselessly in Salinas, California because the Housing Authority took too long to move on the families reasonable accommodation claim and they subsequently lost their home of 22 years.
Along with many things that are ever-changing in San Francisco is the crackdowns on the sidewalk grannies marketplace.
The sidewalk grannie market is generally elder female Chinese immigrants presumably selling odds and ends that they get for free.
They generally have fewer than 20 items at a time that range in price from 1-3 dollars.
Poor, houseless, indigenous black and brown youth, families and elders launch a real solution to gentrification, homelessness and institutional mis-education of our Black and Brown Youth
What: Deecolonize Academy Open House & Ribbon cutting